Stories, analyses, and original research written to inspire and equip you with creative approaches to character formation
Our school is non-religious and multi-cultural—a microcosm of American society. How then does our learning community deal with questions of virtue?
As a career educator and now a post-doctoral fellow at the Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture, I see what is at stake as foundational in nature.
Sheena Graham, Connecticut State Teacher of the Year 2019, shares the impact that being appreciated had on her 38-year career as an educator, and, what she learned by being appreciated in different ways by colleagues, parents, administrators, and students.
“Discover Your Soul Language”: The Impact of Exposure, Experience, and Engagement through Music and the Arts
Dr. Toney McNair, Virginia Teacher of the Year 2017, encourages us to examine the language of our own souls through exposure, experience, and engagement with the Arts.