Many schools teach Character Education. In general, the values that are taught are non-controversial to prevent issues within the school community. For example, honesty, helpfulness, generosity, persistence, and examples of how to behave in these ways are provided. Albert Einstein once said, “Try not to be a man of success, but rather try to become a man of value.” Some individuals propose that character education is a misuse of school time in that it takes away from academic subjects. Others suggest that it is the responsibility of the parents to encourage character and values in children. I would like bring attention to the reality that students are spending a great portion of their day in school. Furthermore, parents in today’s society are living busier lifestyles and working demanding jobs.