Dr. Brett Champion, superintendent of a central Texas public school district tells us about progress in character education in a way that the whole community accepts and really makes a difference to students. Please consider this. It is possible to resurrect the godliness in our society, without being sectarian. No one view or religion is preferred when we teach ethical, virtuous behavior to our students. Every one is harmed when we don’t. It is good news that we can. Dr. Champion does not preach, but just shares his district’s progress. Very important. www.wofr.org 6:30p ET.
And blessed Resurrection day to all.
Dr. Bret Champion, Superintendent of Leander Independent School District in central Texas heads a district that addresses ethical and virtuous behavior, that teaches character. The community has agreed on some broad principles that are taught effectively across the district. Be sue you hear Dr. Champion’s comments. Please be sure your friends hear them also!
For a long time people have argued to me that any teaching of proper behavior, ethics, or addressing character, was impossible in public schools today. Some allege that this is outside the scope of a secular public education system. Others allege that Christians would block an discussion of ethics! Still others suggest that any attempt would be favoring one sect over another. I have always argued that we still do have some consensus on what proper behavior is and that is is vital to teach this in school. Further, I think it normally was taught in our schools. But how? Here is a leader in public education who can show us the way.
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