As a parent, you (should and always) have far more influence on your kids for everything in their lives than any school board, any church.
If you or your child needs reminder of that reality, you should do it, every single day, multiple times a day; that's why education always starts at home.
How your child operate an ebike should be the same as how you teach them to ride as a parent.
If you didn't bother to spend some time teaching them how to ride safely, you should try to teach them before they start to develop bad habits from others; so your child don't have an accident like the lawsuit filed against RarPower:
How many hours do you think those parent spent teaching their daughter how to ride an ebike safely?
Twelve-year-old Molly Steinsapir crashed onto the pavement from a Rad Power e-bike and never woke up. With a poorly regulated e-bike industry, who is responsible when a child dies?