This is already part of the curriculum of many elementary schools. They call it Social Emotional Learning. They have a list of qualities like ...
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My favorite site for parent help with technology is [http://commonsensemedia.net](http://commonsensemedia.net). It is a non profit site that gives ...
Q: Will character education be taught in school?
A: This is already part of the curriculum of many elementary schools. They call it Social Emotional Learning. They have a list of qualities like ...3 years ago
Q: What advice can I give my 10 year old son to keep him safe online?
A: My favorite site for parent help with technology is [http://commonsensemedia.net](http://commonsensemedia.net). It is a non profit site that gives ...3 years ago
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