Those who insist that morals should only be taught at home apparently have not seen some of the homes many kids come from. In many instances they have no guidance at home and zero social skills. A major part of a student's education today is the "unwritten curriculum" of how to cope in society. If schools only teach academic subjects, then the student has only been partially educated. It is necessary to train him/her to be a responsible law abiding citizen. I think it is not only proper but absolutely necessary that students be taught proper behavior and a clear distinction between that which is acceptable and unacceptable behavior. It is a dangerous assumption to assume they will learn it at home.