Stories, analyses, and original research written to inspire and equip you with creative approaches to character formation
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.
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?
When 10-year-old Tirhas Hagos moved to Tucson, Arizona from Ethiopia with her family two years ago, she didn’t know English.
Third-graders in California’s Rialto Unified School District recently trekked to City Hall for an Earth to Table event that offered lessons in civics and the environment, while also providing an opportunity for students to help others in their community.