National Forum on Character Education


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The 19th National Forum on Character Education
Please join us for the National Forum on Character Education: Developing Leaders of Integrity. The Forum will be held in Washington, D.C. from Nov. 1-4, 2012. Come explore strategies and solutions that transform schools into schools of character.

Why Attend?
Advance your skills and delve deeply into a specific topic in character education with an in-depth workshop.
Learn from top scholars and experienced character educators how character education can help solve your school’s challenges during our breakout sessions.
Gain real-life best practices and effective strategies from nationally-recognized schools during our extended National Schools of Character Marketplace of Ideas and our school site visits.
Network with educators, organization leaders, top scholars, and others from around the country and the world who share your goals.
Gain insight from our thought-provoking and inspirational keynote speakers: Paul Tough; Maurice J. Elias, Ph.D.; Bertice Berry, Ph.D.; and Scott Taylor.
Discover valuable resources for school improvement at our exhibit hall.
Earn graduate credit for your attendance.
Explore D.C. during an exciting time in the nation’s history.

Visit their website for information: http://www.character.org/conference/

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