Stories, analyses, and original research written to inspire and equip you with creative approaches to character formation
Students at Holyoke High School are learning to work through conflicts and other life experiences in a constructive way – a new approach to school discipline that’s morphed into something much more.
When 13-year-old Natasha Wanjiru escaped the slums of Nairobi, Kenya to study in America on a scholarship with Bridge Academy, she didn’t forget about her siblings and countless other children who weren’t as fortunate.
When it comes to character and citizenship education, Lamar Consolidated High School’s Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps program “exceeds standards.”
For some, the advancement of digital technologies and their rapid adoption has created a moral crisis for individuals as well as broader society. For others, they present an opportunity to tackle moral concerns on a global scale.