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Contains the keyword Teaching--Moral and ethical aspects

Landrum ER, McCarthy MA. Teaching ethically : challenges and opportunities. Vol 1st. Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association; 2012. Abstract
Johns BH, McGrath MZ, Mathur SR. Ethical dilemmas in education : standing up for honesty and integrity. Lanham, Md.: Rowman & LIttlefield Education; 2008.

"Ethical issues are extremely important to teaching today in both special and general education. National education policies like NCLB tend to create many more ethical dilemmas for teachers. This is especially true for teachers who try to serve the needs of children and represent realities to their administrators, parents, and colleagues while living with increasingly irrational, unrealistic demands for their performance and the performance of their students." -- James M. Kauffman, Ed.D., professor emeritus of education, University of Virginia