Character Education

What is character education?

Character education is the intentional effort to develop in young people core ethical and performance values that are widely affirmed across all cultures. Read more

School Accreditation

Following CEP’s 11 Principles, the program gives opportunity to receive feedback as well as recognition for growth and excellence in the area of character development. Applicants will find tremendous benefits of the schools of character process. Read more

International Conference

Plenary talks, headlined by distinguished speakers for parents, educators and those who play a role in the character development of others. Read more

Empathy is the root of humanity and the foundation that helps our children become good, caring people. But the Empathy Advantagealso gives them a huge edge at happiness and success.” Michele Borba, UnSelfie: Why Empathetic Kids Succeed in Our All-About-Me World

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Who we are

Who we are is the initiative of Catalyst with the sole aim of advocating and spreading character education among children and adults.

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Children are 25 percent of the population but 100 percent of the future. If we wish to renew society, we must raise up a generation of children who have strong moral character. And if we wish to do that, we have two responsibilities: first, to model good character in our own lives, and second, to intentionally foster character development in our young.

Thomas Lickona Author

The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. Intelligence plus character - that is the goal of true education.

Martin Luther King, Jr.

True education does not consist merely in the acquiring of a few facts of science, history, literature, or art, but in the development of character.

David O. McKay

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International Conference on Character Formation and Digital Lifestyles: Raising & Educating The wired Generation. Featuring 4 International Speakers.

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