Individuals who possess these qualities are considered to be an asset to the society. How many times have we heard about school shootings, bullying, and cheating in examinations?
The differences are often not easily reconciled; and, in fact, may be irreconcilable. Teaching religion in the public school system is wrong and biased.
The question is no longer should sex education be taught, but rather how should it be taught. Therefore, moral education should be an integral part of the school and college curriculum.Young people these days gets exposed to thousands of negative influences, and social problems through media and the real world, add to this the sad fact that parents are spending less time with their children. The founders viewed themselves as launching a great experiment: Could a free people retain a moral culture that would promote the self-discipline and virtues needed to restrain corruption God help us if the government and politicians sets the guidelines for the morals taught in school. However, it is in school that young people find themselves confronted for the first time with the fact that they are members of both a larger society and also mankind. The First impression is the last impression, for this reason using etiquette increases our importance and respect in the eyes of others. The socio-cultural changes like transition from joint family to nuclear family system, excessive competition, parental expectations, commercialization of education, negative impact of media, misuse of information technology, globalization, consumerism etc. The environment in which people live has always influenced patterns of behaviour, attitudes, actions, beliefs, values and ethics.
Sons and daughter in laws were expected to take care of their parents during their old age and anyone who urged to live separately was considered to be disrespectful towards his parents. Until few year back, this was more of a custom.
A student should be allowed to pray voluntarily at the beginning of each school day based on many reasons. While moral values are important and good for the society some of these are too overrated.In an attempt to grow professionally, people do not hesitate to lie, deceive and use other unethical and immoral practices. If we expect our children to grow up with respect, then we need to teach them about making moral choices and having a value system as a basis for their decision-making. Many families in India are especially strict when it comes to imbibing moral values. God help us if the government and politicians sets the guidelines for the morals taught in school. A person is said to be good or bad on the basis of these values. While live-in relationships were considered a taboo until a few years back, many sections of the society have now begun to accept it. Webster's Dictionary defines ethics as "a particular system of principles and rules concerning duty, whether true or false," and morals as "motivation based on ideas of right and wrong. However, unfortunately, the youth today does not give much importance to the moral values. Teaching morals in public school is just an "easy fix" for society's problems. These days with both parents working, and grandparents no longer having a major role in the family unit a child rarely gets the opportunity to learn moral and social values from home. The differences are often not easily reconciled; and, in fact, may be irreconcilable.
The First impression is the last impression, for this reason using etiquette increases our importance and respect in the eyes of others.
It is important to teach our children to consider issues and behaviour by a moral yardstick rather than more usual measures of success.Their dedication towards work, sense of self control and helping nature is appreciated by everyone. Most of this can be attributed to the influence of the western culture. Moral values include good habits such as honesty, helpfulness, integrity, respectfulness, love, hard work and compassion. Even in the colonies the Pilgrims had problems with religion they had to sometimes resort to highly creative strategies in order to pray She also fumes over a kid punching loaves of bread in the supermarket and over his mother spewing expletives when a stranger suggests he stop Healy. A student should be allowed to pray voluntarily at the beginning of each school day based on many reasons. Scholar Joao Coutinho writes in the Harvard Educational Review, "Education is either for domestication or for freedom…There is no neutral education.