Mrs. Riding's Reviews > Character Matters: How to Help Our Children Develop Good Judgment, Integrity, and Other Essential Virtues

Character Matters by Thomas Lickona
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Jul 08, 09

bookshelves: adult, non-fiction, professional
Read in July, 2009

Reading this with the staff at Bennion Elementary. It is excellent. The author not only develops the case for why we need to be concerned about character education, but specifics about how.

I've been assigned to review chapter six with the staff. It has to do with integrity, in particular copyright. I'm looking forward to the discussion as this is a tough subject to fully understand.

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Mom The Glass Castle challenges our belief that family develops character and integrity. Three children grow up with character, integrity, good judgement, and ambition in spite of their parents' irrespondsible noninvolvement.

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