Analysis of the Teacher’s Professional Ethical Responsibilities in Educational Institutions


  • Kamal Dean Parhizgar
  • Fuzhan F. Parhizgar Texas Tech University


Bullying in the American schools has caused threats for the safety and security of students, teachers, and staff. It may not be exaggerated that the influences of "streets," Internet, and "TV programs" on immoral and unethical behavior on students is more than the schooling effectiveness. The primary objective of this article is to study the urgency of philosophical and ideological doctrines on moral education, teachers’ professional codes of ethics, and students’ codes of behavior in educational institutions. This article illuminates the introductory perspectives of the "thinking about moral thinking" and "analyzing the ethical judgments" among teachers and students. It bears in mind that teaching practices reflect the moral virtues, sociocultural ethical values, and legal beliefs within which a school exists. Should teachers and students beside their educational objectives strive for the establishment and maintenance of "an ethical culture in society?" The rational answer is yes.