Journal of Character EducationJournal of Character Education

Volume 10, No. 1, 2014
The Journal of Character Education serves an audience of researchers, policymakers, teacher educators, and school practitioners concerned with the development of character education as efforts to help young people develop good character, which includes knowing about, caring about, and acting on core ethical values such as fairness, honesty, compassion, responsibility, and respect for self and others. 


  • The Coming Apart of America’s Civic Culture by Charles Murray
  • The Promise and Peril of Coming of Age in the 21st Century by Daniel Lapsley
  • Reflections on Murray, Lapsley, and Educating for Character in the 21st Century by Thomas Lickona
  • With Liberty and Justice for All: Character Education for America’s Future by F. Clark Power
  • The Future of Character Education and Social-Emotional Learning: The Need for Whole School and Community-Linked Approaches by Maurice J. Elias
  • The Foundation for Democracy: School Climate Reform and Prosocial Education by Jonathan Cohen
  • Virtue: An Argument Worth Rehearsing by Karen E. Bohlin
  • Easing the Transition to Middle Adolescence: Educational Implications by Kathy Beland
  • It’s Unanimous: Effective Character Education Isn’t Quick or Superficial and It Begins With Caring Relationships by Russ Sojourner
  • A Character Education Research Perspective for the 21st Century by Matthew Davidson

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  • Student: $65

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  • Organization members: free with CEP membership
  • International: $80

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