Why schools should prioritize students' integrity

When high-profile public figures admit to lying, cheating and other misbehavior, it can be confusing for students who look up to them, writes Joseph W. Gauld, founder of the Hyde Schools. In this commentary, he writes that educators must teach students that their integrity outweighs their achievements, and schools, communities and families must place more of an emphasis on developing students' character.

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