Utah State University Faculty Honor Lectures
The Faculty Association, Utah State University
One of the most perplexing issues facing school people is posed by the question, "What should the school's role be in regard to students' values?" Some version of that question may even on occasion provoke concern among parents. When they do become involved in related disputes over what the .school should be doing - usually as part of an aroused minority reacting to a new element in the school program - parents are .likely to make such declarations as, "The school has no business messing with the values of our children!" Individually, they are likely to think, but not say aloud, "The school's decisions and programs should reflect my values."
Shaver, James P., "Values and Schooling, Perspectives for School People and Parents" (1972). USU Faculty Honor Lectures. Paper 71.