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  1. Importance of Sex Education

    <center><b>"HIGH SCHOOLS MUST PROVIDE YOUNG PEOPLE WITH ADEQUATE SEX EDUCATION BECAUSE IGNORANCE CAN BE HARMFUL"</b></center><br><br>The largest gulf of understanding still remains between the parents and the youth especially in the area of sexuality. Sex is a natural part of life, and when question

  2. Moral Education of Children

    Moral education has always been an issue in schools. Although the methodology and the content have changed over the past years, ways to implement and bring these theories into the classroom and internalize them within children is still one of the important research topics. Moral education is most s

  3. Moral Education

    Considerations of the role schools should play in moral development of students are always the subject of controversy. In the article "The Aims of Education", John Mearsheimer claims that many American colleges pay little attention on moral education; instead, their aim is to teach their students ho

  4. The Importance of Sexual Education

    Title X is a Federal program designed to issue contraceptives and health awareness to anyone in need and puts low income persons ahead of the list. Title X clinics are known for giving teenagers contraceptives without parental consent which is cause for alarm according to those against the p

  5. The Effects of Catholicism on the Education of Women in Renaissance Italy

    The effects of Catholicism on the education of women in Renaissance Italy By Lenia Constantinou According to Paul Grendler, the conservative, clerical pedagogical theorist Silvio Antoniano (1540-1603) reflected on women's educational status in Renaissance Italy in one of his written works, claim

  6. Moral and Intellectual Education

    Intellectual and Moral Education In my opinion, one of the most interesting aspects of Huckleberry Finn is the idea that "moral" education is simply a method of maintaing social conventions. Twain explores this idea in part through his idea of racism. Twain was aware that his existing readers

  7. Classical Traditions of Education

    Individual Essay Question: Choose any one chapter from the textbook. What are some insights you have gained and how do they help you to be a better educator? (Chapter 1 – Classical Traditions of Education: Socrates and Confucius) The Classical teachings of education from educational ph

  8. Excellence in Education

    Excellence in Education The concept of excellence in education is one that, on the surface, seems to be unquestionable. After all, who would not accede that students within our schools should, in fact, excel? Certainly teachers, parents, and administrators can agree on excellence as an aim t

  9. Physical Inoculation and Moral Invulnerability:

    Physical Inoculation and Moral Invulnerability: Dipping Emile into the (French) Styx Presented at the 1996 AESA Convention Montreal Gerald Pillsbury Dept. of Education Western Michigan University Kalamazoo, MI 49

  10. Education

    Importance of an Education "Let us think of education as the means of developing our greatest abilities, because in each of us there is a private hope and dream which, fulfilled, can be translated into benefit for everyone and greater strength for our nation." John F. Kennedy (1917-1963.)

  11. What Is Technology Education?

    "What is Technology Education?" I asked myself nearly a year ago. I was at the time involved in Industrial Technology with a concentration in Drafting & Design. Unchallenged and bored with that particular field of study, I searched for something new, but yet somewhat the same. I saw a flyer poste

  12. Moral Development

    Moral development is one of the oldest topics of interest for those who are curious about human nature. Today, most people have strong opinions about acceptable and unacceptable behavior, ethical and unethical behavior, and ways in which acceptable and ethical behaviors are fostered in youth. Teache

  13. Education Policy and Racial Inequality as an Act of White Supremacy in the Education System

    Vanquishing new worlds, victors from the West acquired more than just land and subjects—they also gained sumptuous avowal of their creed of superiority, reinforced by the sight of foreign coloured people whom they perceive to be the object of their hegemonic motives. Securing their victory did not

  14. The Importance of Being Earnest

    Oscar Wilde was born in Dublin, Ireland in 1854 to his parents William and Lady Francesca Wilde. In 1871 Wilde entered Trinity College in Dublin where he excelled at his studies. Oscar Wilde wrote several books and plays. Here are some of his works include: The Picture of Dorian Gray , Lady Winder

  15. Theories of Ethical Decisioin Making

    Individual decision making factors in ethical dilemmas Abstract A set of values is utilized by all decision makers. These values play a very important role in ethical decision making. With the Enron fiasco and growing media importance of corruption in China, there is increasing pressure for et

  16. A Need for Education

    The Once And Future King by T.H White is a four part book of magic, love, death, war and medieval tales. The book tells the tale of how the Wart (Arthur) becomes king and how he goes about life. The need for education is very important; the lessons Arthur learns and his application of them later in

  17. Education in Turkey

    EDUCATION IN TURKEY Education is the act or process of providing knowledge skills or competence by a formal course of instruction or training. Through out history societies have sought to educate their people to produce goods and services, to respond effectively and creatively to their world, an

  18. Personal Integrity and the Sense of Duty

    Personal Integrity and the Sense of Duty: The Psychological Importance of Moral Action* §1. Introduction You are walking down a crowded sidewalk, when you stop at the newspaper stand. The woman in front of you is trying to buy a newspaper while, a the same time, loudly and obnoxiously chatti

  19. Americans Take Their Education for Granted

    Americans Take Their Education For Granted Americans take their education for granted. Education has become one of the most important aspects of a person's. With seventeen years of formal education, a person can do almost anything he or she wants to do. Yet many in America take this for grante

  20. Excellence in Education

    The concept of excellence in education is one that, on the surface, seems to be unquestionable. After all, who would not accede that students within our schools should, in fact, excel? Certainly teachers, parents, and administrators can agree on excellence as an aim to shoot for. The interpreta

  21. The Crucible Essay

    Protect the Innocent from “Witch Hunts” “Hang them high over the town! Who weeps for these, weeps for corruption!” (Millar, 1992, p116) When Danforth and the villagers in Salem ironically cheer for the hanging of the innocent victims of “witch hunts”, a serious fault could never be reme

  22. My Quality Education

    My Quality Education For years I've heard that in order to succeed one has to receive a quality education. It's kind of funny though, with all the talk about the need for this great quality education nobody ever says exactly what it is. While examining this strange phenomenon I've discovered th

  23. Brown vs. Board of Education

    "'The Supreme Court decision [on Brown vs. Board of Education of Topeka, Kansas] is the greatest victory for the Negro people since the Emancipation Proclamation,' Harlem's Amsterdam News exclaimed. ‘It will alleviate troubles in many other fields.' The Chicago Defender added, ‘this means the begi

  24. Definition of a Good Education

    Definition of A Good Education Definition Of A good education is defined as acquiring skills. There are many different ways to be educated and many subjects that can be studied. A good education is one that teaches a student to think. This is proven by Edith Hamilton, Malcolm X, and Adrian Ri

  25. How Family Influences Latinos Decisions on Higher Education

    There is a serious problem facing America: the increase of Latino college enrollment. Yet, Latinos are scarce in higher education (Leon, 2003). There is a great percentage of Latinos attending college yet many don't stay. Now of course there are numerous factors that contribute to this reality.

  26. Character Education

    Character Education I read five articles on character education. These articles helped me to better understand the importance of character education and useful techniques and methods to teach children values and morals. The first article I read was Champions of a cause by Dick Riley. This ar

  27. The Importance of Gaining a College Education

    Many individuals fail to realize the importance of achieving a college degree because they are content with a high school diploma. Earning a college degree is imperative because it broadens the range of job opportunities, increases lifetime earnings, and promotes a healthy society. In the United St

  28. Education in D. H. Lawrence's "The Rainbow"

    Education In "The Rainbow" The education system in D. H. Lawrence’s novel "The Rainbow" is suffering from many of the same symptoms as the diseased modern society and its infectious industrial machines. The world of the machine is sick and rotting, and the factories of education are only making

  29. Foundations of Education

    Among the significant figures in the history of the American Educational System, few have had as much ideological and practical influence as Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, Horace Mann, John Dewy, and Johann Pestolazzi. Each altered the course of American education to a degree that the developm

  30. Socrates and Confucius' Classical Traditions of Education

    To both the great philosophers, Socrates and Confucius, education is the lifelong pursuit of knowledge and the practice of virtue. Both aim to inculcate in their students a love for learning and a desire for the life of virtue.(1) In striking comparison, the MOE states the moral, intellectual, physi