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CHARACTER COUNTS! Workshops

Learn how to infuse the 6 Pillars and the 11 Principles of Character into your program..

Washington D.C. in July: Our 2-day workshop will provide you and your staff with the necessary training and tools needed to implement both The Six Pillars of Character and 11 Principles of Character into your classrooms or youth related activities. 

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CHARACTER COUNTS! Workshops

Book an on-site half-day workshop before the end of May and save over 40%.

Preparedness and planning is important to your success. Take advantage of our incredibly discounted offer on half-day workshops while they last. Offer expires 5/31/15.

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Get the training that changes lives (yours and your students').

Improve classroom management, academic achievement, and your whole school climate. Sign up for a CHARACTER COUNTS! seminar:
National Report Card survey

Register now for the 2015 National Report Card on the Ethics of American Youth.

Available for grades 6-12 and entirely FREE to participate. Schools will have the opportunityto see their results comparative to the national norm.

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Free resources for all!

Download our lesson plans, handouts and other character-building tools. Just take a moment to register and you'll have access to our growing library of materials.
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CHARACTER COUNTS! School Agendas

CC! School Agendas – Accepting orders for the 2015-2016 school year.

Great for implementing CC! in the classroom and home, these planners (grades K-college) help students get organized and become college- and career-ready. Each includes 48 discussion ideas based on diverse people of character. Get a free sample and custom quote today!

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Michael Josephson's What Will Matter blog

Download the CHARACTER COUNTS! 4.0 Standards for Educational Outcomes.

This comprehensive document draws on the latest research and incorporates the essence of Common Core, 21st Century Skills and social/emotional learning, as well as character development.

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