Brad Pitt worried lack of education will make his children lost individuals later on in life

The couple's six children are staying with Angelina Jolie in Los Angeles.

Angelina Jolie filed for divorce from Brad Pitt
Angelina Jolie filed for divorce from Brad Pitt in September after two years of marriage, ending a relationship that began in 2005 REUTERS/Andreas Rentz/Pool

Brad Pitt is reportedly worried that Angelina Jolie is not giving good education to their children. The couple's six children are staying with the 41-year-old actress in Los Angeles, after she filed for divorce from him in September 2016.

A source told In Touch: "[Pitt's] troubled that they are not getting enough basic education from home tutors, whom the kids know how to con and manipulate."

"One of Brad's biggest bones of contention with Angelina remains his wanting the kids in structured private schools. He knows they are smart, loving children, but he doesn't want to see them become lost individuals later on in life," the insider added.

"He wants a firm say in their education when custody is finally sorted out," the source shared.

Previously, during a recent interview with GQ, Pitt revealed his priority right now are the couple's children. He said: "Family first. People on their deathbeds don't talk about what they obtained or were awarded."

"They talk about their loved ones or their regrets—that seems to be the menu. I say that as someone who's let the work take me away. Kids are so delicate. They absorb everything. They need to have their hand held and things explained. They need to be listened to. When I get in that busy work mode, I'm not hearing. I want to be better at that," Pitt added.

Meanwhile, Jolie had admitted she does not like being single. During an interview with the Sunday Telegraph, the Academy Award-winning actress said: "Sometimes maybe it appears I am pulling it all together. But really I am just trying to get through my days. I don't enjoy being single. It's not something I wanted. There's nothing nice about it. It's just hard."