Now more than ever, young people need the skills to hear, not fear, different perspectives. So do the adults in their lives.
Moral Courage College teaches these skills in three unique ways:
K-12 education is increasingly polarized.
From primary grades to high school, students are mentored through interactive and age-appropriate activities.
Faculty, staff, and administrators receive professional development to turn contentious issues into constructive conversations, in class and beyond.
Parents learn how to engage productively with school officials about issues that are highly emotional.