Are we raising kids to be liars? Study suggests we are
Published 11/02/2009, The Forum
Today’s young people more cynical, more likely to lie and cheat to get ahead, survey asserts
The survey on high school character and adult conduct was released late last week by the Josephson Institute of Ethics, which developed Character Counts, a program emphasizing ethical behavior used at schools around the nation. Some Red River Valley experts are divided on the report’s conclusions.
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