Center for Character and Citizenship Hosts 4 Japanese Professors
Last month the Center for Center for Character and Citizenship hosted four professors from Japan who wanted to learn about character education. They visited Mark Twain Elementary and Brentwood Middle (Brentwood School), Ridgewood Middle School (Fox), Francis Howell Middle School (Francis Howell) and Henry Raab Elementary School (Belleville 118, IL). All are National Schools of Character designated by the Character Education Partnership. They also participated in a workshop on class meetings that Marvin Berkowitz taught at Blades Elementary (Mehlville) and the Leadership Academy in Character Education (LACE) with 30 local education administrators. The LACE presenter was Avis Glaze, former CEO and Founder of the Literacy and Numeracy Secretariat of the Ontario, Canada Ministry of Education and author of Breaking Barriers: Excellence and Equity for All.
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