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Codeman101Codeman101 Registered User Posts: 24 New Member
Hello, I am writing an essay on the topic:Is it wrong to try and teach value and character in the classroom?
I was wondering if these two sentences are ambiguous to the prompt?
Many educators however say that teaching morals in school takes away from academics and resources. This is true although I believe a person’s character is more important than his or her learning because it is not a person’s education that defines them.

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