The world needs good character. Character.org is devoted to bringing good character and the 11 Principles to people everywhere. Please enjoy our blog featuring some of the leading thinkers in the world of character development.
We need to make character more explicit in our communities, organizations, and wider global experience; it is through story, sharing, and accessibility to character that will empower adults to be the best moral and ethical version of themselves.
Here are seven steps parents can take to ensure kids develop the right skills, focus on likability, and value authenticity over power and status.
Within these 11 Principles, Principle 6 represents the glue that connects outstanding classroom learning and fundamental character concepts.
I now know that the factors that led to my students’ greater academic success are the ones advocated for in Principle 6 of Character.org’s 11 Principles of Effective Character.
Lapses in character happen, but it’s what you do with them that matters.
Each month, our scholars select a social or environmental issue or organization that is relevant to them, for which they are passionate. Our scholars select a social or environmental issue that directly affects their families and/or their communities in Harlem and the Bronx.