At the 20th annual National Forum on Character Education, held last month in Washington, D.C., the Character Education Partnership honored 29 National Schools of Character. I have the pleasure of working at an elementary school that received the NSOC distinction in 2009.
[UPDATE, 11/11/2013: Video of Michael Josephson’s entire keynote speech is available here.] CHARACTER COUNTS! founder and president Michael Josephson will be one of the keynote speakers at the 2013 National Forum on Character Education in Washington, D.C., October 24-27. He will discuss the importance of helping young people develop ethical values and what the latest research […]
If your character education initiative has made a difference, don’t keep it under wraps. Apply for the Character Education Partnership’s 2013 Promising Practices in Character Education, a national recognition program. Go ahead, let your bright light shine.
Five CHARACTER COUNTS! schools are among the winners.