Educating for Character: How Our Schools Can Teach Respect by Thomas Lickona

By Thomas Lickona

Demands renewed ethical schooling in America's faculties, providing dozens of courses colleges can undertake to coach scholars appreciate, accountability, labor, and different values that are supposed to now not be left to oldsters to educate.

Dr. Lickona's twelve-point software deals useful thoughts designed to create a operating coalition of oldsters, academics, and groups within the curiosity of establishing personality into the lives of youngsters at the present time.

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