Schools are one of the first “public” places that children experience, where they come into contact with people who are different from them and may hold differing values. This ASCD article by University of Washington emeritus professor Walter Parker describes several ways to work within classrooms and across schools to engage students in deliberation around the values that are important to them.
By: ASCD, Walter Parker
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