Does your school have a great practice for building good character? Get recognized!

What do you do that WORKS? The Character Education Partnership — a national advocacy organization — wants to know.
Share your best practices with the Partnership, and you’ll get two big benefits — recognition for your school, and the opportunity to inspire and influence others who are looking for good ideas for their own students. (The Partnership is an umbrella organization of character education organizations, and CC! is one of its many members.)
The Partnership wants to hear about “unique service learning projects, academic practices, new anti-bullying practices, character assemblies, innovative buddy programs, and many, many others.  We are looking for unique, specific practices that have been created by you, tried out by you, and succeeded with your students.  Send them to us!”
Applications will be accepted starting in January.
For more information: CEP’s Promising Practice Program
Image: New Ulm High School students in New Ulm, Minn., celebrate CC! Week 2011.