Check out some of our favorite books to help teach kids fairness!
Here’s a few great tweets we saw this month. What’s your favorite?
Let’s be honest. Ethics is not for wimps.
Here’s a list of a few book suggestions to start conversations about creating friendships and the value of them.
“Teachable moments.” That is the phrase I keep repeating to myself every time we address the 2016 election with my two children, ages 8 and 10.
Kids can often complain that things “aren’t fair” when things don’t work out as they want. One way to help teach fairness is to promote compromise.
For me, every school year and every new experience brings both excitement and anxiety for what is to come.
Trustworthiness, Respect, Responsibility, Fairness, Caring & Citizenship. The Six Pillars of Character seem pretty self-explanatory and easy to understand. But the Pillars may not be what you think. Here are a few examples: Trustworthiness is about promise-keeping, honesty, integrity and
In our last post, we gave you a scenario in which you had to fire someone – fairly. And like many of life’s tough questions, there is no correct answer.
As we begin a conversation on fairness, lets look a real life situation where we are asked to be fair.