Dr. Ellenwood’s CEP Proposal Selected for National Forum on Character Education
Dr. Stephen Ellenwood, Director of the Center for Character and Social Responsibility, has been selected as a speaker for a breakout session at the Character Education Partnership‘s (CEP) 2013 National Forum on Character Education – Educating for Character at Home, In School, and In Communities. Dr. Ellenwood’s breakout session will focus on his written proposal – Literature as a Path to Good Character and Better Decisions. The Forum will be held in Washington, D.C. from October 24 to 27, 2013.
CEP’s 2013 National Forum aims to bring together educational professionals and leaders to “focus on school safety, character education and the [National] Common Core, assessment, leadership and community involvement,” and more. Forum members will be able to learn about and discuss strategies, solutions, and frameworks for the important issues facing schools in the United States.
CEP is a national nonprofit association based in Washington, D.C. that advocates for character education. CEP is a “coalition of organizations and individuals committed to fostering effective character education” in US schools.