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Campus-wide Character: How Hinsdale Developed a Six-Pillar Culture

As we draw closer to the Character Education Partnership’s annual conference (Oct. 30 – Nov. 2 in Washington, D.C.), we are featuring guest posts from educators who represent a CEP-designated National School of Character. In today’s post, Illinois educator Pam Bylsma looks back at Hinsdale Central High School’s journey to becoming a National School of Character.  Before becoming […]

#CCWeek14 and #DigCitWeek: Celebrate Them Together, Oct. 19-25

Guest post by Sue Duris, President of M4 Communications, an organization that works with K-12 schools on their branding initiatives. Next week, October 19-25, marks two important events: CHARACTER COUNTS! Week (#CCWeek14) and Digital Citizenship Week (#DigCitWeek). It’s no surprise that we are celebrating good character and digital citizenship during the same week, because character education and […]

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North Pointe Elementary’s Character Journey

As we draw closer to the Character Education Partnership’s annual conference (Oct. 30 – Nov. 2 in Washington, D.C.), we’re featuring guest posts from educators who represent a CEP-designated National School of Character. In today’s post, Principal Kelly Mooney of North Pointe Elementary School in Houston, Texas, discusses the importance of her school’s character education […]

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Countdown to #Character2014

As we draw closer to the Character Education Partnership’s annual conference (Oct. 30 – Nov. 2 in Washington, D.C.), we’ve been featuring guest posts from educators who represent a CEP-designated National School of Character. In today’s post, we hear from CEP’s leadership about the focus of this year’s conference. Learn more about the CEP conference and save your spot […]

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How Orono School District Became a National District of Character

As we draw closer to the Character Education Partnership’s annual conference (Oct. 30 – Nov. 2 in Washington, D.C.), we’re featuring guest posts from educators who represent a CEP-designated National School of Character. In today’s post, we look at the public school district of Orono, Minnesota, which was one of three districts in the country to receive CEP’s […]