Constants and variants in the school behavior of siblings

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Gwendolyn Hampton (Creator)
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG )
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Franklin McNutt

Abstract: Educators recognize that the problem of character education is of paramount importance today. Although the professional literature abounds in helpful suggestions of ways to diagnose causes and to remedy maladjustments, the field is still open for further studies on this vital subject. One promising method of study might be by individual families in one school. If one individual could be helped in solving his problem, this study would be justified. Character education would be worthless, of course, unless it trained the individual to meet and solve his own problems. The English teacher, Bedford, says, "No educational scheme will work unless it helps each child deal with his own individual problem.”1

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Language: English
Date: 1949
Brothers and sisters $x Attitudes
School children $x Discipline
Moral education

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