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The School for Ethical Education

What We Do

The School for Ethical Education (SEE) teaches strategies to put ethics in action for positive student character formation. SEE’s programs help teachers provide students with opportunities to recognize ethical situations, make and prioritize an ethical judgment and demonstrate the will and skill to act on that judgment.

Ethics in action creates character

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Integrity Works! Academic Integrity Project Consulting
The Golden Compass
Decision Making
Connecticut's Laws
of Life Essay Program
(Grades 5-12)
Youth: Ethics in
Service (YES)
Service Learning
John Winthrop Wright
Ethics in Action Award

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Character Celebration on May 7

SEE will be hosting its annual Character Celebration on May 7th at Amarante’s Sea Cliff in New Haven fro (read more)


2nd Annual Plagiarism Education Week April 21-25

Turnitin, the leader in originality checking and online grading will host the second annual Plagiarism Educati (read more)


Laws of Life / Character Celebration RSVPs are Due

Participating teachers in SEE's 14th annual Laws of Life Essay Writing project are reminded that RSVPs for (read more)

SEE is Recruiting High School Teams

High school English, social studies and science teachers who teach within a 3hr travel radius of Milford, CT and who are interested in advancing student ethical functioning are being recruited for a research project.  The project requires participants to teach two sections of the same course (as experimental and control classes) and work with SEE to design lesson protocols in support of ethical awareness, judgment, commitment and behavior.  Lessons may be integrated into the participants' subject area, but must also include an application to an academic integrity case.  SEE will provide professional development for lesson creation.  The lessons will be implemented in the fall of 2014.  Students and teachers will also participate in pre and post lesson surveys.  Grant funding will determine the level and type of stipends available for this project.  For more information and a team application click here.

The School for Ethical Education (SEE) teaches strategies to (K-16) educators to put ethics in action for positive character formation.