I was thinking of what may not be taught or encouraged elsewhere in a community, so that the parents should take the lead in those areas. I also do not think certain things are really "taught", such as imagination. From working with kids, I see the naturally unimaginative get distressed if you push that on them, much as the more imaginative ones feel confined with too much structure. I think adapting for needs of individual children is best.
"Charlotte sometimes dreams a wall around herself. But it's always with love - So much love it looks like everything else. Charlotte Sometimes - So far away, glass sealed and pretty." - The Cure
I knew I'd get Sweden. Maybe I should visit there sometime.
My least similar was Iraq.
Mostly because my parents had the exact opposite values while raising me, and look at how I turned out :P
Honestly, I put them in that order because I believe my biggest responsibility when I have children will be to assure that they are 1) emotionally healthy and 2) able to survive and live well. Children aren't a social justice project; they're the people who should be most important to us. And I absolutely don't want my children to grow up being obedient or always putting their needs last.