This study aimed at at identifying the views of the teaching staff regarding the legal, political, and the community values of citizenship that must to be available in the curriculla of the Education Faculty at Damascus University. The researcher used the anaalytical method and a questionnaire that was applied to a sample of 50 teachers making 43% of the original community.
The responses varied between 'I strongly agree' and 'I agree to legal, political, and the community values of citizenship that must be available'...especially values of rights and legal obligations and social values of citizenship that must be available, promoting democratic values, valuing martyrdom and martyrs, respecting the religous beliefs of others and staying away from racial and religous discrimation. There were no differences of statistical significance between the mean degrees of responses as per the variables of specializatiop, scientific degrees or years of experience. the researcher suggested that the curriclla of the Education Faculty be rewied and developed in order for them to contribute to the development of the legal, political and social values of citizenship among students, and that the views of the teaching staff are taken into consideration regarding the citizenship values that must be available in order for them to prepare the students to assimilate the values efficiently and effectively.