"Ethics gets lived on the playground, in the classroom." Leader Anne Klaeysen at Romper

Romper examined religious belief and ethical education among parents and children, speaking to our own Leader Dr. Anne Klaeysen to get a Humanist perspective:

"For parents who do raise their children within a denomination,” [Klaeysen] told me, “it is important to raise children who are aware of those who practice their beliefs and values in other ways by visiting different worship spaces and learning about different religions."...Dr. Klaeysen challenges the idea that structured religion has a sole claim to the teaching of values. As Klaeysen says, "Ethics gets lived on the playground, in the classroom."