Read the following scenario:
A female adolescent’s parents place a low priority on the value of education. In fact, they prefer that she care for younger siblings instead of studying or completing a high school education. It is March. To avoid caring for her younger siblings, she has made up a story that she has mandatory in-school suspension (ISS) for the rest of the school year. Her hope is that she can be able to participate in school activities and pursue her educational dreams.
From the perspective of your specific discipline, complete the “Six Stages of Kohlberg” matrix provided.
Ensure that your rationale for each stage is adequately discussed.