Character Schools in Supporting Character Education in Students

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Avetisyan Minas
Aleksanyan Charles


Character education is stated as value education, character education, moral education, character education which aims to develop the ability of all school members to make good and bad decisions, exemplify, maintain what is good & realize that good in everyday life wholeheartedly.Character education is placed as the foundation for realizing the vision of national development, namely realizing a society with noble, moral, ethical, cultured, and civilized characters based on the philosophy. This is at the same time an effort to support the realization of the ideals as mandated in the Pancasila and the Preamble to the 1945 Constitution. In addition, the various problems faced by our nation today have increasingly encouraged the enthusiasm and efforts of the government to prioritize character education as the basis for educational development.

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Minas, A. ., & Charles, A. . (2020). Character Schools in Supporting Character Education in Students. Journal Educational Verkenning, 1(2), 1-7.


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