Posted at 15:44h in business etiquette, Children's Etiquette, Courtesy, etiquette, getting a job, manners, The Lett Group, Training, university studentsFor a while I have been interested in how to teach students before they reach high school the skills they will need to be successful in their social and work lives. This article by Heather Wolpert-Gawron who teaches middle school language arts and coaches speech and debate in California’s San Gabriel Unified School District, caught my eye and I thought it would be interesting to you too. ( She blogs at TweenTeacher and is a member of the Teacher Leaders Network. She is currently at work on her second book for Eye On Education Publishing and is also writing workbooks for grades 3 through 6 on project-based writing for Teacher Created Resources.) The Etiquette in School Foundation has the mission to work etiquette training into the school curriculum. I believe Ms. Wolpert-Gawron has the same mission.