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In Their Own Voice


Recent college grad Nancy Marquez reflects on an
after-school program that changed her life.

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Become a National School of Character


Character.org certifies schools and school districts that have implemented the rigorous standards described in our 11 Principles Framework for Schools.

These schools serve as an exemplary model for all schools across the United States.

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Character
is Vital 

Character shapes our children’s destiny, what makes them good people, and gives them the best hope for a brighter tomorrow. Advancing our children’s moral skills is where we must put our energy and resources. It has never been more important to nurture character in young people. 


Dr. Michele Borba

Author, Speaker, Parenting Expert


Tools and Resources
for Development

Character.org provides valuable tools and resources to help our coaches and players learn the skills to build character. Sports is the perfect petri dish to cultivate character development in our youth.





Sarah Pickens
U.S. Soccer Foundation


Building a More
Compassionate World

With the responsibility of having our students’ education in our hands, it is fundamentally necessary to model and instill moral values to our youngsters. This will help us build a world that is compassionate because character determines our destiny in our society.



Evelyn Rodriguez Salcedo

Principal
Juan Pablo Duarte Jose Julian Marti School #28

 
We are stronger together


Our goal at Character.org is to be the voice and
advocate for all character-inspired organizations.

This month we feature The Hope Institute.

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K-12 Model Standards
Character and SEL
Character.org recently developed Model Standards to connect character development and social-emotional learning.


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What is
Character?
Current research suggests four dimensions: Moral Character, Performance Character, Intellectual Character, and Civic Character.


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Learn about our
Promising Practices
Character development occurs in homes.
In schools. In communities. On sport teams.
We encourage you to submit your
Promising Practice!

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Events & Updates
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Latest Research