Stories, analyses, and original research written to inspire and equip you with creative approaches to character formation
How are America’s high schools helping to form their students’ moral character? It’s a question that implicitly raises another: What do we mean by character?
A new study suggests character education programs can be effective, or even more so, in high school than with younger students.
Indianapolis teachers are working to integrate Eva Kor’s story into their lesson plans.
Eight students at Michigan’s Adrian High School wanted to make a difference in their community, and after six months of strategizing and brainstorming, their effort is paying off.