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Developing empirically-informed normative case studies to foster critical ethical reflection


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Justice in Schools creates and distributes resources to help educators and policy makers develop their capacity to understandand and challenge dilemmas of educational ethics

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Read the Latest from Meira Levinson in 'Ethical Educator'

July 30, 2018

This month's "Ethical Educator" column asks whether or not a superintendent can fire a teacher for refusing to shave his beard.

"Scenario: An experienced preschool teacher applies for a job teaching in the primary grades at a local public school. The principal is impressed by his resume, recommendations and interview responses, but tells the candidate his...

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