International Journal of Humanities and Social Science

ISSN 2220-8488 (Print), 2221-0989 (Online) 10.30845/ijhss

Moral Concept: Understanding Moral Children Education, Who Has to Blame for the Young Generation
Chacha Ghati, Professor Wang Hai Ying, Wei Cong, Professor Caiping Sun, Halima Pembe Yahya

Moral education is an important part of children formal early-education development growth around the world. Parents are the first teacher to their children; then children are evident that they start to receive moral education concept from their parents (at home).This paper base on the observation of giving the insight details concept of moral and morality with its functions, however, the study is showing the roles that parents, teacher, school and community have to children.. There is a periphrastic question that "who has to blame for any distraction of children moral education?" The issue can be a universal problem. Sometimes parents push the blame on school(teachers) and vice-versa. in the end, parents, teacher, school and community have to work as teamwork to fulfill children foundation of Education need, as well as to help children to mold their future in a decent way, morally and culturally based on moral understanding, judgment and children cognition.

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