Published on April 23, 2013
By: Blake Arvon, Melissa Canfield, and MeganBordman
Educational initiative based on the belief thatthe ethical, social and emotional developmentis as important as their academicachievement. (education.com)
Students learn how to interact with theirsurrounding area. (Family, school, friends,ect.) (Ed.gov) Children need to gain character education atschool because they may not get that athome. To create a positive environment
“Its about learning how to learn, how to workwith other people, how to use knowledge tocreate new knowledge, and how to continueto learn so that you can use new technologiesas they become available.” –John Ross
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