Survey says: North Dakota students feel hopeless.
A Missouri 10-year-old didn’t like the way some of her classmates were treating kids in her school, so she wrote an anti-bullying anthem to inspire change.
Earle STEM Academy student Tamya Fultz started playing chess in sixth grade, and the next year she won Chicago Public Schools’ Academic Chess South Conference Playoffs with a perfect score.
Businesses, civic organizations, churches, and others sponsors are funding a literature program for students in Marksville, Louisiana that’s focused on courtesy, citizenship, and character.
With regard to developing people of character, I start from a simple premise: identity drives behavior.
National spelling bee champions are clearly talented kids. But a closer look reveals an important interplay of factors that have shaped their skills—and their moral character.
Eight educators share their experiences during the pandemic
A recent math lesson in Jon Kimmel’s Westtown School classroom is engaging students in civics, while also opening their eyes to the reality of politics.
Humans thrive when we feel a sense of belonging
U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos recently recognized a New Jersey Catholic school as a National Blue Ribbon School, an honor credited in large part to an intentional focus on developing good character in students.
Teachers organization wants state’s school safety focus on restorative justice, not increased security
Kevin Hickerson, president of the Fairfax, Virginia teachers union, is urging state lawmakers to focus on restorative justice, rather than additional security measures, to keep students safe in schools.
Everyone has character. A person is not born with character; it is learned. It is not genetic, but it can be taught. It cannot be bought, but it can be earned.