Students Want to Learn Social Responsibility

A survey from the Association of American Colleges and Universities reveals that college students want a greater focus on personal and social responsibility when it comes to their education. Responses, gathered from 23 institutions, asked students and faculty about their school’s emphasis on integrity, moral reasoning and openness to others’ beliefs.

“Students Want Stronger Focus on Social Responsibility, Survey Finds,” is an article summarizing the survey results. Included in the outline is that most students felt the development of these social issues should be a major focus yet are not given priority. Only a minority of students felt their school emphasizes ethical and moral reasoning.

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