In the education-field, there is always overwhelming talk about how our children need to learn "values" while in school. This comes in the form of compulsory VIA ("Values-In-Action") activities, Civics and Moral Education (CME), "holistic" school activities and etc.
What puzzles me though, is what do all of you as parents think about the effectiveness of this "values-education" in schools?
While it is nice to say that our child is learning "charity" or "compassion" when doing their VIA/CIP activities, what are the top 3 values you REALLY want your child to have?
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