Teaching Character: Examining Five Unique Education Programs
More than any other event in recent history, the coronavirus pandemic has raised questions about the state of the American education system. Institutions from the top, down—universities, high schools, daycares and others—have grappled with the challenges of educating virtually, designing new curricula, altering their pedagogic approaches and responding to individual student needs more than in the past. However, the pandemic has also created an opportunity for educators and educational institutions to examine the flaws within the current systems and potential areas for improvement and innovation.
That is why this month the R Street Institute will release its “Character Education Series,” a collection of five case studies that highlight particular programs around the country that are finding unique ways to fuse character education into their curricula and pedagogies.
Beginning today, the five studies featured in the series include:
- September 11 – Classical Education as Character Education at The University of Dallas
- September 15 – Building a Love for What is Noble and Lasting: Great Hearts Academies
- September 18 – Doral College: Character Education Development
- September 25 – Schools, Character and The Charassein: A Study in Student Development
- September 29 – Partnership Schools: Tradition and Transition in the New York Catholic School Network