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Our society is success-driven, but what is “success”?

In today's classrooms, "good grades" and "high test scores" have become synonymous with success. Standardized testing and grade point averages are prioritized, while the character education and development that children need to become responsible, compassionate, and productive members of society is neglected.


As effective SECD is incorporated into existing curricula, the results speak for themselves. Time spent managing poor behavior decreases, academic performance increases, and students hold higher expectations of themselves and their peers.


It’s time to give children the head start they need to succeed. 

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