Teaching good values to teens

Jane Rose, Mom & School Founder, shares advice for parents on why it is important to start teaching kids values early in life in order for teens to have good family values
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Teaching good values to teens

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I think values start early on in life. Before you have children, I think it's important to sit down with your partner and identify what your values are. What are your values? What do you want to instill in your children? Everybody has different values, from your neighbor to your best friends family, to a family on the other side of the country. You just talk to your kids and make sure that you and your partner are of the same thinking. That you constantly communicate this to your children. You also want to make sure -- Our kids watch us all day long. You've got to make sure that you are upholding those values that you want to instill in them. That you are living by those same values. That's really important, too.

Jane Rose, Mom & School Founder, shares advice for parents on why it is important to start teaching kids values early in life in order for teens to have good family values

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Jane Rose

Mom & School Founder

Jane Rose is one of the co-founders of Seven Arrows Elementary School in Los Angeles, where she oversees the business office in a  K-6 school rooted in traditional academic rigor with a unique curriculum of world culture and the arts in a community where parents are partners. Seven Arrows believes academic success creates strong self-esteem, growing compassionate, inspired thinkers and ethical leaders. Prior to co-founding Seven Arrows Elementary School, Jane sold residential real estate for many years on the Westside of Los Angeles.  Jane is an avid hiker and paddle-tennis player, and  the mother of four children ages 13 to 23, and is a third generation Los Angeles native. 

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