The third factor is lengthy and hard to read. It considers the "capacity and disposition of each party to give the child love, affection, and spiritual guidance and to continue the education and rearing of the child." Breaking this factor down makes it easier to understand.
Capacity and Disposition
Capacity comes from the word capable. A parent's capacity is what they are able to do. Is the parent able to give love, affection, and spiritual guidance? Is the parent capable of continuing the education and raising of the child?
Disposition is a person's inherent qualities of mind and character. It is like a parent's nature. Some people may naturally be more spiritual and willing to offer spiritual guidance. Some people do not have the patience to help with homework, but others may enjoy teaching.
Spiritual Guidance, Continuing Education, and Rearing of the Child
This third factor breaks down to the many different ways that parents watch over children, teach them, and care for them. Rearing of the child simply means bringing up and caring for a child until they reach adulthood.
The law does not require parents to be spiritual. A parent should be willing and able to respond to a child who seeks spiritual guidance. Spiritual guidance can be teaching the child the difference between the truth and a lie, or how to follow "The Golden Rule," treating others the way you would want them to treat you.
The law does require minor children to attend school in most situations. A parent has the duty to make sure the child attends school or completes home-school or virtual assignments.