NEWS & RESEARCH

THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY "Students' Broken Moral Compasses"

".... as my students seemed to crave more meaningful discussions and instruction relating to character, morality, and ethics, it struck me how invisible these issues have become in many schools" link to article

FAST COMPANY "These Are The Biggest Skills That New Graduates Lack"

"Overall, hiring managers found soft skills such as communication, leadership, ownership, and teamwork were missing in this new crop of workers." link to article

THE NEW YORK TIMES " The Building Blocks of Learning"

"...what’s happened over the past generation is that we’ve put enormous effort into improving the academic piece of schooling, but progress has been nil because the students’ emotional foundation has been collapsing under our feet."   link to media

THE PRIME APPROACH" Institute for Culture and Society Interview"

Marvin Berkowitz, P.hD.  explains the PRIME approach in a post keynote address at the University of Navarra researching and promoting character education in Latin American    link to media

MAKING THE WORLD A BETTER PLACE  " Institute for Culture and Society Interview"

Marvin Berkowitz, P.hD.  discusses "Making the World a Good Place" in a post keynote address at the University of Navarra researching and promoting character education in Latin American    link to media

THE CASE FOR CHARACTER EDUCATION  "EarthEd Conference"

Marvin Berkowitz, P.hD.  media for World watch Institute EarthEd Conference at Appalachian State University   link to media

EDUCATING FOR AN ETHICAL LIFE "Motive and Ability"

Marvin Berkowitz, P.hD.  interview for the Jubilee Center  link to media

CHARACTER SCOTLAND "Discomfort Zone" 

Marvin Berkowitz, P.hD. speaks at Inspiring Purpose, a personal development programme (developed by Character Scotland) that supports young people to identify their core character attributes and strengths and those of their inspirational figures in order to develop their goals and aspirations.   link to media

PEW RESEARCH "The State of American Jobs"

"...since 1980, employment in jobs requiring stronger social skills, namely interpersonal, communications or management skills, increased from 49 million to 90 million, or 83%" link to article