It is not easy to transform a child into a compassionate and engaged citizen, writes columnist Andrew Fiala. But no task is more important. The future of our democracy depends upon the work done in our schools.
It is not easy to transform a child into a compassionate and engaged citizen, writes columnist Andrew Fiala. But no task is more important. The future of our democracy depends upon the work done in our schools. Julie Notarianni The Seattle Times file illustration
It is not easy to transform a child into a compassionate and engaged citizen, writes columnist Andrew Fiala. But no task is more important. The future of our democracy depends upon the work done in our schools. Julie Notarianni The Seattle Times file illustration

Andrew Fiala on Ethics: Teachers are the core of our union

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About Andrew Fiala

Andrew Fiala

Andrew Fiala is a professor of philosophy and director of The Ethics Center at Fresno State.