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By Brandon DiCroce, Fairway Approach At your average high school or university, chances are that golf is not going to be the most popular sport...

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By Barbara Weaver Scott Jackie DeShannon’s song – “What the world needs now, is love, sweet love,” sums up the necessity...

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By Bryan Stanton, Alamo Heights High School It is widely known that the arts are an essential and unique human experience. When COVID-19...

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by Dr. David Keller, Director of the Hollingsworth Center for Ethical Leadership at Texas A&M University Note: This article was originally...

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By Heather CazadDirector, Communications; Director, National Forum at Character.org On this Thanksgiving Week, I want to reflect on the people...

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By Mary Uenking, TeachKind Assistant, Education and Outreach for PETA Many curricula already include units about animals with lessons on their...

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Hodge Elementary School, MO The Character Council at Hodge worked together to raise money for the Open Door Animal Shelter in Jefferson...

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By Charlie Abourjilie, Western Guilford High School I think every school I have ever worked in, and every district and/or state department of...

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By Dr. Jacques Benninga, Director of the Bonner Center for Character and Civic Education at California State University, Fresno I have been...

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By Paul Hussman, Counselor at Parkway Central High School The subject of student motivation is an extremely complex one. In an ideal world, it...

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By Terri Power, Principal at St. Cyril of Alexandria School In his article, “Do Educators Exaggerate the Harm of Extrinsic...

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By Dr. Sheila Ohlsson Walker, Tufts University Long before COVID’s disruption of youth sport, rigorous academic research and convincing...

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