Project Wisdom is one of the oldest and most
respected character education programs in the nation with more than 19,000
licensed schools. All of our quality materials are now conveniently available
online to educators through our Educator Resource Site 2.0. Read
The Project Wisdom Educator Resource Site 2.0 is an easy-to-navigate source of quality character education materials. Our Three-Step Approach includes weekly deliverables and access to a database of quality materials that are proven to build character and social-emotional competencies.
The centerpiece of the Project Wisdom program is
a collection of thought-provoking messages designed to be read over
the PA or in-house television system that encourage everyone on campus
daily. We offer a complete online library of three series and
each series contains enough broadcast messages for an entire school
year. With a one-year subscription, you would receive online access
to our complete program of character education materials.
Project Wisdom’s "Words of Wisdom," daily broadcast messages
that encourage everyone on campus to do and be their best.
Weekly and monthly themes that help establish a "virtue vocabulary"
on campus and provide a focal point for the week or month.
White papers, parent resources, and much more . . .
Highly-rated and easy-to-implement lesson plans that integrate character education into all grade levels or academic areas.
Student journal pages that encourage reflection and help build character and social-
Online access to highly-rated character education materials.
Weekly professional support for educators delivered by email during
the school year to every registered user.
Email notification each time materials are posted.
Key Findings & Research
There is now strong evidence to suggest that good character education improves
grades and test scores, improves school climate and decreases discipline
referrals. Project Wisdom is one of the oldest and most respected
character education programs in the nation. >
A few key findings from our 2008 Program Evaluation
97% express overall satisfaction with the Project Wisdom Educator
99% enjoy professional support from our weekly Just For You email.
96% of principals would recommend the site to others.
"Project Wisdom makes all the difference in the world to establishing a positive climate at your school. I have been using it for 7 years and find that it has a tremendous impact on the climate of the school. It is a great program."
Frank, High School Principal - California
"Project Wisdom is inspiring, motivational and interesting ... both students and staff love it. I have been using it daily for over 10 years. It never gets old. It only gets better."
Leticia, Junior High School Principal - Texas
"Project Wisdom lessons get better and better. The 'gratitude attitude' concept has been a stimulus for critical thinking, important sharing and even the learning of coping skills in this time of economic fears."
Karen, Elementary Counselor - Massachusetts
"I emailed my principal yesterday to tell her how much I
appreciate this subscription. It is an excellent resource . . . very
inspirational to me and engaging to my students!"
Bobbi, High School ESL Teacher - North Carolina
"I think our school is a better place because of Project Wisdom."
Christine, Superintendent - New York
"... the students/staff enjoy the program and it makes a difference in their attitude for the day and week ... highly recommend!"
Michael, High School Resource Officer - Kentucky
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