Teaching students to be confident, dependable, kind, and hardworking is no easy task, especially when educators have so much on their plates already. Character education is important though and it is imperative that schools create time for developing students' character. Character education can be integrated into academic curriculum or can be a separate program. Either way, developing students' character will foster a positive school climate and provide students with the skills they need to contribute to society in meaningful ways.
Join Guest moderator Amanda Grundel (@agrundel), Reading Specialist from Smithfield on Sunday night at 8 PM as she leads this important conversation about Developing Student's Character.
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