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Is School the Best Place to Teach Tolerance? I. The demand for tolerance among students in the 21 st century. A. Society and family lifestyles 30 years ago compared to today. 1. The changes in society during the past 30 years. 2. The changes in family lifestyles and situations during the past 30 years. II. Tolerance being taught at home and at school. A. Differences of tolerance that is taught at school and by the parents. 1. Reasons why tolerance should not be taught at home. 2. Tolerance does start at home, and why. 3. The importance of learning tolerance in the school environment. III. Outcomes of Tolerance being taught at home and at school. A. Two is better than one, having the best of both worlds, and not being limited.
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Unformatted text preview: 1. How the changes have made the changes regarding tolerance in school. 2. Explanation why tolerance from home only does not work. 3. Culture differences and learning knowledge is power. Bibliography Filppu, L. R. (2006-2010). Teaching Tolerance . Retrieved November 27, 2010, from Education.com, Inc: www.education.com Newman, A. (2009, June 11). Hate Crimes: Teaching Tolerance Begins at Home . Retrieved November 27, 2010, from Bloomberg Businessweek: www.bloombergbusinessweek.com Steeler, C. E. (n.d.). Race is Related to Learning Opportunities . Retrieved November 27, 2010, from Teaching Tolerance: www.teachingtolerance.org...
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