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Who Should Teach Values: School or Home?

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Many parents believe home is the best place to teach morals and values to children, but that doesn’t mean they don’t think that schools have a duty to help. According to a recent research, 87% of parents believe that teaching values like honesty and fairness should be as important as delivering academic results when it comes to schooling priorities.

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  • Alessandra Rizzotti

    I think values and social skills are so important and often ignored in the classroom. I believe both the school and home should be responsible for teaching character development. Sometimes, home life does not provide that nurturing environment, so if a school doesn't step in, sometimes character education is lost.