Woody12
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how does character education help students grow?

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DrBMelton
Jan 24, 2010
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With numerous resources on character education, schools are striving to develop the "whole child" approach. That is, academics are supported when the child is able to develop socially, emotionally and personally. "Developmental assets" are exteranl and internal and have some scientific research to support the inclusion of character education curriculum within schools.

School counselors work with teachers, parents, and others to develop character traits, such as responsibility and honesty.

Brenda Melton
Professional School Counselor
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