School Cultures Driven By Professional Skills

If your school or district has developed and successfully implemented a character education practice, we encourage you to apply for a Wisconsin Promising Practice Award.

Recipients will receive scholarships for you, your school’s principal and a team to attend and be honored at the Annual Character Ed Conference and Eleven Principles training in June 2019.

Apply Here– Promising Practices Award

Wisconsin Character Education Partnership

We promote the intentional proactive effort by educators to instill in all Wisconsin’s students, core universal ethical values such as integrity, honesty, fairness, responsibility, and respect for themselves and for others through character education.
Learn more at wicharacter.org!

 


Character Education–Virtuous Communities Supporting Children

Professional Development of School Leaders and Their
Teams

Visit the Wisconsin Character Education Partnership website

Our vision is for all Wisconsin students to demonstrate the knowledge, skills and dispositions of core universal values through a self-sustaining culture encouraged and modeled by teachers and administrators.

Character Education Articles

What Wisconsin Wants from K-12 Education
Developing and Assessing School Culture
Want to Salvage Public Schools
Virtue, not ‘bad, needs to be the norm
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Bradley Tech
Trying to Build Character in Schools
The Courage to Teach Character

Respecting and Thinking

2014 Wisconsin Education Survey
Pieper Education Gallery – Milwaukee Art Museum
PPC Stories from the Field

Other Contacts

Character Education Partnership (CEP)
Learning for Life (LFL)
Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership
Wisconsin Character Education Partnership (WCEP)