Education of culture of behavior of children of senior preschool age

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Children’s rights education is education where the rights of the child, as described in the Convention, is taught and practiced in individual classrooms. But in its most developed form, children’s rights are taught and practiced in a systematic and comprehensive way across grade levels, across the school, and across school districts. With full-blown children’s rights education, children’s rights are not simply an addition to a particular subject or classroom. Fully developed children’s rights education means that all members of the school community receive education on the rights of the child.