Tried in the Fire of the Pandemic-These School Children Succeed with Character

Promising Practices School Awards for 2021 Announced  The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s School of Education (SOE), in partnership with the Wisconsin Character Education Partnership (WCEP), is pleased to announce the Wisconsin schools recognized in 2020 for their innovative, successful initiatives integrating character education into the curriculum. SOE understands the value of WCEP’s mission to promote the […]

Picture Yourself Here

Picture Yourself at the 15th Annual Character Education Conference, June 19 – 20, 2019 at Alverno College. ATTEND WITH YOUR TEAM! WCEP IS HERE TO HELP by providing teachers and school leaders in Wisconsin with scholarships, tools and professional learning to demonstrate positive culture and a great place to be.

June 19th Character Education Pre-conference Workshops!

It’s Not Just the Kids Eleven Principles of Effective Character Education Workshop June 19, 2019  The Eleven Principles of Effective Character Education learning is customized and critical for school teams. Learn how to move the culture education initiative forward in your schools and identify major areas for planning and critical thinking in your leadership. This training is beneficial for schools that […]

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.  Applications are Open for Promising Practices! […]

Give Yourself Credit

Nearly all schools have a practice that includes one of the principles of a virtuous culture.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 the Annual Character Ed Conference and Eleven Principles training in June 2019 and be honored […]

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. Wisconsin Character Education Partnership […]

Screen Time Has its Plusses and Detractors – Read On

America’s Real Digital Divide By NAOMI SCHAEFER RILEY| FEB. 11, 2018 “A group of former Facebook and Google employees last week began a campaign to change the tech companies they had a hand in creating. The initiative, called Truth About Tech, aims to push these companies to make their products less addictive for children — […]

For a Structure for Success… “character” Soika

Character and Culture in Schools How does character development begin? Everyone goes to school so let’s start here. Character costs nothing and requires no capital outlay. For students and teachers of character there is no finger-pointing, no blaming and no excuses. Mutual respect is the only requirement.CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE Become a State School […]

The Process Needs Rethinking

Michelle Rhee’s approach attempting to move a school district that had been in disarray for years certainly had a Newtonian structured “command and control” approach. Effectively, the Washington D.C. Public Schools has for years been one of the major failing school districts. I’m sure that there were good schools and some with outstanding and creative […]

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