Can you find any information that Character Education benefits from volunteering?
Also, does raising money in a school for a cause usually work?
First you'd have to define character education.
There's no doubt that truly volunteering -- not being forced to work -- benefits the volunteer. Giving to others who need the help almost invariably makes the volunteer more understanding and knowlegable.
Since raising money in schools for a cause is so widespread -- I assume it works.
posted by Ms. Sue
Character education is based on the love of doing this job without being obliged to do character ,so volunteering in a job that carries character at heart definitely helps a lot because people will perform the job not waiting for a give back. They will work endlessly.
raising money in school works for many reasons:
students learn to give
they learn to work together for a reason
they will learn to care
they will learn be kind
so I think it really works.
posted by Amina