Role of schools in educating the active citizen

Mojtaba Dehdar, Leila Sayegani, Esmaeil Arbab, Mohammad Arzhandeh, Mohammad Roshanray, Ahmad Raeisi, Lotfollah Kuhi

Abstract


The philosophy of establishing each organization is responding to the specific need(s) and education system is formed in this regard which behaves and delivers active and effective citizens in proportion to social values and needs to the society. Methodology: The emission of education in all eras is behaving human generations to satisfy societies’ needs. Meanwhile, citizenship education has a specific rank. This research studies schools role in behaving the active, desired, and effective citizens using documentary and librarian method and referring to the obtained results from other researchers in this field. The results of this research show that education in a state plays a principal role in behaving citizens of that society, training, and developing human rights. As citizens can be aware of their role, respect it, and have active participation in the national level is the strong justification of this fact that the education system must have citizenship education for children and adolescence. Results: The education system of each society is formed to behave effective and desired citizens in proportion to social needs and values and deliver them to the society. Conclusion: The education system of each society has been formed to behave the effective and desirable citizens according to the social needs and values and deliver them to the society. Therefore, citizenship education is one of the most important issues and concerns of the education systems in various countries of the world.

 


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.24200/jsshr.vol7iss02pp31-36

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