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Recognizing, educating, and promoting the benefits of good character to students, parents, and communities.

When creating a curriculum, it's important to consider your students, their needs and points of interest. To help diversify your plan, National Character Education Foundation (NCEF) has created a number of resources to help you create a rich curriculum.

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National Character Education Foundation (NCEF)'s 14-Year Educational Initiative

National Character Education Foundation (NCEF)'s 14-Year Education Initiative is a comprehensive set of programs and curriculum designed to provide the most effective means of fostering an environment focused on individual character and responsibility.

Glad To Be Alive (Grades PK-5)

A Musical Based Character Education Program: This music-based character education program, authored by Dr. Kathryn S. Atman, is a fun and unique method that combines music and curriculum materials to assist schools in their effort to foster good behavior. The program also educates and inspires students to do well academically by providing instruction that promotes organizational skills, thinking skills, social skills, and coping skills.

Highway to Success (Grades 6-12)

A Time Management and Goal Setting Program: Designed to help schools reduce the amounts of high school dropouts and increase behavioral and academic achievement, this structured learning character education-based program prepares students to assume their roles as mature, responsible, citizens in our complex society.

Student Leadership / Alternate Education Program: This National Character Education Foundation (NCEF) Peer-to-Peer Mentoring/Leadership program was designed and will be administered by award-winning author and Teen Talk Show Host, Bill Sanders. The program connects adults of influence with groups of students who engage in sessions focusing on student leadership and personal responsibility.

Juvenile Offenders Program

The primary purpose of the program is to assist juvenile offenders as they turn their lives around and become positive members of society. To accomplish this goal, participants will be provided with training and mentoring to assess their personal situations and ways to positively manage their lives.

The Superhero Factor

Tom "Terrific" Schenck is a Wellness Performance Expert and the founder of the Superhero Group. This incredible workbook was written to inspire all readers to achieve their highest level of success. This outstanding resource can be used for students attending middle/high schools, alternative education, and juvenile detention centers.

Find the best topics for your students

As an educator, you want to do everything you can to set your students up for success. Start by incorporating our programs in your curriculum. A few of our fantastic resources include:

  • Highway to Success: This program will help your child overcome personal challenges that could affect their academic performance or place in society.
  • Glad to Be Alive: Using music, open discussion and creative activities, this program shows students in kindergarten through fifth grade how to develop organizational, thinking, social and coping skills. At the end of the program, each student will create a contract that holds them accountable for maintaining good behavior at home and in the classroom.
  • The National Character Education Foundation (NCEF) 14-Year Educational Initiative: Students from Pre-K to 12th grade will learn how to develop good character traits and reduce academic gaps that will prevent them from dropping out of school.
  • Caring Habits of the Month: Designed specifically for students in elementary school, this program helps children foster healthy habits. This program uses an integrative approach that involves their parents or guardians and user-friendly materials.

Broaden your students' perspectives while diversifying their education with one of our rich programs. Call now to speak with one of our representatives.