Bringing Parents into the Picture

Lickona, Thomas
October 2000
Educational Leadership;Oct2000, Vol. 58 Issue 2, p60
Discusses how schools and families can work together to provide a character-based approach in sex education. Challenges of teaching sex education; Advice for encouraging parents to participate in character education; Details on the experience of a health educator.


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