CHARACTER COUNTS! was recently featured in SEEN magazine’s Fall 2012 issue. SEEN, which stands for the Southeast Education Network, is dedicated to addressing the important issues that face educators that live and work in the southeastern United States.
The article, “Character Education and Bullying – Is Character More Important Than Ever?” (written by CC! editors Steve Nish and David Gawkowski), discusses the role character education plays in teaching young people empathy and respect. It also sheds light on some of the most recent research done in the field.
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