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This curriculum provides a unique, value-neutral method of youthful notions of right and wrong to imagine, which leads to positive and productive decisions there is no doubt that the moral standards in the course of the decades have worsened. Drug shooting in the amount of and alcohol abuse, led to an increase in the number of crimes in schools, cities and countries. Statistics show that the spread of drug use is accompanied by escalating violence. The way to happiness was written by L. Ron Hubbard and fill the moral vacuum in an increasingly materialistic society. The basic principles contained in it lead to a higher quality of life.

Because the code to no particular religion is bound, he should be, followed by anyone regardless of nationality, origin or creed. He restores the bonds uniting each other between the people. Code of teaching young people how to the fundamental concepts of respect, decency and applying of compassion. The Guide for educators is intended for teachers in public and private schools, but he is also used in the context of youth programs and clubs. The lessons include the twenty-one rules out of the way to happiness book and are intended for teenagers and young adults.

This curriculum provides a unique, value-neutral method of youthful notions of right and wrong to imagine what leads to positive and productive decisions. The documentation for educators provides a curriculum using an interactive approach with audiovisual AIDS and practical tasks, whereby the students are fully included. Each rule is presented them with the video clips, and then the full, unabridged text of the book was birthed in the film to life see the film the way to happiness. There are two 12 packages the way to happiness booklets provided. If a class has more than twenty-four students. can be requested up to two additional packages free of charge. Posters of the rules out of the way to happiness as a help for educators, to affirm each rule, which enrolls students in the class. The posters can be hung up not only in the classroom, but you can show them in the cafeteria and hallways of the school. The following surveys and statistical estimates provide an insight which portion of the curriculum in the future should be addressed. The viewpoints of students be brought by surveys in experience before and after the program, to help determine what changes there are in behavior and in making a decision.

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