27 Jun '17, 8am

Parents agree they should play primary role in inculcating moral values in children but say lack of time: Study

Parents agree they should play the main role in educating their children about moral values, according to a survey. But they also added that the lack of time with their children poses a challenge. This is according to the latest Graciousness Survey commissioned by the Singapore Kindness Movement (SKM), which tracks experiences and perceptions of kindness and graciousness. The study polled 3,066 respondents via face-to-face interviews over two waves – from July to August 2016 and from December 2016 to January 2017. Those polled also recognised the need to work together with schools and student care facilities, so that there is mutual support in inculcating moral values in children. Besides a lack of time with their children, external influences such as friends and articles that their children come across on the Internet also posed as challenges. Over a third of parents surv...

Full article: https://alvinology.com/2017/06/27/parents-agree-they-shou...

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