T.C. Williams High School student Ana Humphrey wanted to make a difference, and now she’s heralded as a hero.
Riverton High School senior Sean Rausch spent years preparing for the Utah state cross country championship, but when the big day came he realized there’s something far more important.
The West Virginia Center for Children’s Justice is promoting a new way of dealing with traumatized students that’s building on the relationship between law enforcement and schools.
Students at South Carolina’s Meadow Glen Middle School are learning the true meaning of good character through a “Crew” program designed to connect them with the community through meaningful service projects. The effort has not only helped to rebuild the community after devastating floods in 2015, but also
An increasing percentage of teens are suffering from a variety of different forms of anxiety, and it’s preventing them from going to school, or even leaving their bedrooms.
Maryland’s Francis Scott Key High School is connecting students with local veterans and other role models in the community as part of a concerted effort to build good character, an ingredient parents cited as a critical component of quality education during interviews with the Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture.
Except for small groups of hermits, found here and there throughout human history, most human persons have lived in community since the earliest times. Perhaps it was first necessary for survival, but throughout the ages humans have formed communities and lived social lives for comfort and fulfillment.
A new survey of Modern Orthodox Jews in the United States is providing interesting insight into the types of schools their children attend. The research also highlights what Jewish parents think about the schools—institutions where the Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture notes there’s been a resurgence of moral and character education in recent years.
New Providence Character Award presented: “Our character education is based on integrity, fairness, respect and responsibility.”