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In terms of the issue that which of schooling and parenting should undertake the responsibility of moral education more. As a vital place for academic education, school is naturally considered to teach basic principles. Nevertheless, others deem this should be done by parents. Personally, I bias towards parenting.
Empirically, schools are only responsible for helping students achieve academic goals rather than considering interpersonal skills. That is to say, schools need shoulder the task of knowledge instruction solely, which cultivates students and makes them be the one who has professional skills to devote to society. In addition, the diversity of students and different backgrounds bring about difficulties to schooling to provide moral education, implying that much attention is needed extra other than normal instruction for teachers, this may cause teachers work under high pressure and decline the efficiency of daily teaching.
Parents, as the persons who accompany with children the longest, can affect children with every single detail. Starting with learning how to speak, the formation of many skills is contributed by parenting as children always witness their parents’ behaviors and imitate. Additionally, parents may have the same experiences with their children in contrast to teachers. As mentioned before that various life experiences offer the largest dilemma to moral education, parenting can solve the problem effectively via words and deeds rather than monotonous spoon-feeding knowledge.
In conclusion, even though schools have provided relative curriculums regarding how to be good members in society, parenting still should be the first source of moral education, because schools are place of delivering knowledge and parents are able to ensure the efficiency of moral education.