a. Do you agree or disagree with this line of reasoning? Defend your answer.
b. Does it tend to undercut one of the themes of this chapter--that less indoctrination means better education?
c. At what age, if ever, should students be given a completely accurate and balanced account of these matters? Why?
d. It has been argued that, in a society such as exists today in the United States, where several religions flourish and there is no single moral code accepted by all, public schools should not attempt to teach students about alleged values, customs, or traditions of the culture. What is your opinion on this question and, of course, why do you think so?
These solutions may offer step-by-step problem-solving explanations or good writing examples that include modern styles of formatting and construction of bibliographies out of text citations and references. Students may use these solutions for personal skill-building and practice. Unethical use is strictly forbidden.a. Do you agree or disagree with this line of reasoning? Defend your answer. I don’t think it is wrong to tell children that important figures in history, or in current events, had faults. Children should be given an account of important figures in a balanced way that does not completely whitewash the events. At the same time, the age and developmental level of the child should be taken into consideration. For example, Franklin D. Roosevelt was an inspiration for a nation at war, but he also lied to the American people about his Polio. Telling children this fact could help them develop a more balanced worldview....
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