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Enter to win character education books for kids!

This month we’re giving away two books full of true stories that will inspire kids and teens to do and be their best. Our lucky winner will receive… 182 more words

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5 Positive Hallway Conversations

With the start of a new school year just around the corner, I am looking for new ways to inspire and motivate my team in our work with students.  68 more words

Reasoning Social Creatures - a psychological approach

During the week of 16th May 2016, the Jubilee Centre was delighted to welcome Blaine Fowers as a Distinguished Visiting Professor for 2016.  Blaine, who is Professor of Counseling Psychology at the University of Miami, focuses his work on the contributions of Aristotle’s ethics to a richer understanding of research and clinical practices in psychology and of ordinary life. 108 more words


Why we need character education?

In simple terms, character can be defined as the combination of mental characteristics and moral qualities of an individual. It is important to have and develop good character from childhood as this portrays who you really are. 105 more words

Building Character in Kids with Stories from the Olympics

By Brad Herzog, author of the Count On Me: Sports series

When I think of the late, great Muhammad Ali, what springs to mind is not the “Thrilla in Manila” or the boasts of a pugilistic poet or even a man who paid a price for his principles. 890 more words

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Culture Wars: Solutions for a High School Principal— Moral Courage

Culture Wars:

Solutions for a High School Principal— Moral Courage

A Speech Every American High School Principal Should Give

By Dennis Prager

To the students and faculty of our high school: 872 more words

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The virtues and vices of social media sites

More than half of UK parents think social media sites like Facebook and Twitter hamper the moral development of their children, according to a poll for The Jubilee Centre for Character and Virtues based at the University of Birmingham. 1,495 more words

Character Education