Apr 9, 2009“Children even as young as three and four years old often know that stealing is wrong, even without being explicitly told by adults. They don't need us to define the goal. That's easy. The problem is actually living by those values day to day. We need to help them develop a deep, abiding commitment to these values, a commitment that can override other needs and goals. The hard part isn't moral literacy; it's moral motivation."
— Richard Weissbourd