Educating for Character: How Our Schools Can Teach Respect and Responsibility
The first paperback publication of an award-winning study on the need for values in education in American classrooms--from the author of the parenting classic Raising Good Children. Drawing on 20 years of research, Dr. Lickona cuts through the controversy to report on scores of practical, successful programs that are turning schools around.
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EDUCATING FOR CHARACTER: How Our Schools Can Teach Respect and ResponsibilityUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
An accessible, ultimately skewed argument for moral-values education. Lickona (Education/SUNY at Cortland; Raising Good Children, 1983) sees respect and responsibility as the fourth and fifth R`s, and ... Read full review
Educating for character: how our schools can teach respect and responsibilityUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
Lickona, author of Raising Good Children ( LJ 9/15/83), views the school as a major force in responding to America's moral crisis. He defines values, discusses how they may be taught, and outlines the ... Read full review