Mission San Jose High School teacher Jeffery Alves wants students to focus less on themselves and more on what they can do for others.
Hot Springs Intermediate School social studies teacher Pamela Wallace takes her Declaration of Learning seriously.
Ashby Foote, city councilman in Jackson, Mississippi, is a big fan of the Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps, and for good reason.
When Springfield High School student Joshua Fox was selected to pay tribute to a soldier who died in the historic World War II D-Day invasion of Normandy, France, he didn’t have to search far to find a local hero.
Manhattan-Ogden Public Schools technology director Mike Ribble wants students to “become their best selves online” through an intentional focus on digital citizenship in schools that teaches them “to be appropriate and use technology responsibly.”
Fourth graders in New York’s Thornell Road Elementary School are making some new friends in their Pittsford community, and chronicling their stories in a book about service and sacrifice.
When it comes to character and citizenship education, Lamar Consolidated High School’s Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps program “exceeds standards.”
Civics is making a comeback in schools, sparked in part by the 2016 election.
In an age of acceleration, in which the human experience is faster and more disrupted than ever, ethics becomes even more important than it was in quieter times.