Teaching Children to Do Their Best and Be Their Best—An Expanded Approach to Character Education
McGraw-Hill Research Foundation Policy Paper Details Why School-Based Character Education Is Needed
Written by Russell J. Sojourner, Ph.D.
“The Rebirth and Retooling of Character Education in America,” explains how a re-energized and innovative approach to character education today offers great opportunity to provide children with the skills, knowledge, and dispositions to become life-long learners, get good jobs, have healthy relationships and to become productive and contributing members of the community. Effective school-based character education must promote the pursuit of excellence and the pursuit of ethical behavior.
Mark Hyatt discussing character education.