Members of East High School’s Key Club saw an opportunity to change a fellow student’s life, and they’re making it happen.
A 2018 survey of K-12 superintendents found that the percentage of district leaders concerned about students graduating unprepared to participate for civic life increased drastically over the last year.
Pacific High School teacher CJ Eastwood recently won a Character Education Award trophy and $2,000 from San Bernardino area Rotary Clubs.
A “26,000-square-foot intellectual oasis” opened in Gainesville, Florida in May after more than a decade of fundraising, and it aims to inspire visitors to “spark wonder, invent possible.”
Administrators at Illinois’ Quincy Junior High School are working with 6th-grade boys to give them the “skills to make a man valuable and character to make a man invaluable,” The Herald Whig reports.
Mustafa Ocanavic wears a lot of hats at Boise’s Taft Elementary School – custodian, counselor, cafeteria DJ, student safety monitor, mentor and friend.
St. Benedict Catholic Secondary School in Ontario, Canada switched from automatic suspensions for students who fight to a restorative justice approach that requires them to work with a mediator and take responsibility for their actions.
Using empathy, teamwork, and leadership to teach our students life lessons without using textbooks
An education that assumes the reality of philosophy and forming character—just as much as it believes in the reality of chemistry, geometry, and economics—can work for our generation and within public education
The form of someone’s character is measured by their “moral discipline, moral attachment, and moral autonomy.” These definitions are more than just academic; they help us clarify what we instinctively mean when we speak of character and praise it.
Technical difficulties at the final home game of the season for the Chopitcon High School boy’s lacrosse team provided a perfect opportunity for departing seniors to leave a lasting impression.
A new book highlights the negative effects of social media among students, and its authors point to years of warning signs from Silicon Valley parents who strictly regulate their children’s exposure.