You know the time is right to take control, we gotta take offense against the status quo
Originally Posted by A. de Tocqueville
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Are you trying to tell me there aren't little Richard Dawkins and Sam Harris disciples running around society today? How clueless (or deceptive) are you willing to be?
Last edited by Dooble; 08-01-13 at 03:15 PM.
If there is a problem with discipline or behavior in the classroom, obviously the teacher should intervene. I have never said otherwise. I'm only saying it is not the job of school to teach morals or to preach to the students.
Moral values, or ethics and respect for others, should be a major subject from kindergarten up to the college level.
Moral values involve the principles of knowing right from wrong, while respect for the rights of others is self-explanatory.
Schools provide problem solving processes for helping to make choices. thinking in a way that is clear and straight, not distorted; seeing many possibilities in a situation—shades of gray instead of black and white; the ability to reflect on our experience and to learn from it; and the ability to use a framework to make decisions when we genuinely don't know what to do in a hard case.
I would ask if you ever had a teacher who served as a positive role model, but I'm sure you simply looked in the mirror.