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Instilling civility in the workforce of the future

In scanning releases from extension news services all across the United States for posting on the national eXtension Web site, I came across this one on parents helping their children learn civility. The release doesn’t use the word ‘civility’ but that definitely is the topic. It’s an angle I’d not thought about because it's outside the workplace. Nonetheless a very good angle because children are the workforce of the future.

It’s from the University of Illinois.
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