These remarks were shared by Steven Beatty, Secretary-Treasure of the New Jersey Education Association during the Recognition Ceremony for State and National Schools of Character during the Annual Conference of the New Jersey Alliance for Social, Emotional, and Character Development at Rider University in Lawrenceville, NJ. Source:
Steven Beatty, Secretary-Treasurer, New Jersey Education Association, May 18, 2018Description:
"Character education in schools does not – and is not meant to – usurp the role of families in teaching values. However, it does stress the need to promote our shared values in the school setting, both through the curriculum and in extracurricular activities. It also focuses on action, not just belief. Students are encouraged to live what they are learning."Read the full article here!