Maine Voices: Schools should instill dignity and confidence in students

BY JOSEPH GAULD

BATH – There is a serious conflict between our deepest hopes for the kind of people our children will become, with what our educational system is expecting from them.

I think we want our children to have strong character — qualities like courage, integrity, concern for others, curiosity and leadership. These ensure them of a meaningful and highly respected life, which gives their parents and teachers a profound sense of fulfillment. VIEW FULL ARTICLE on PressHerald.com.