Alongside teaching the basics of liberal arts, schools should try to encourage character education to ensure socially responsible education. To begin with, schools deal daily with children when they are at their most fragile and moldable. This is a time when kids are most impressionable towards being good productive people, and schools can influence that alongside teaching reading and math. Secondly, schools are often the epicenter of bullying and social experimentation, so it serves as ground zero for encouraging positive social interactions and personal relationships. So, to ensure that education is productive and socially responsible, schools should always be engaging in character education.
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