Please join us for an in-person round table over lunch at noon on Tuesday, December 19, at the Landmark Center in St. Paul on safety in schools and student character development with Ambrose Russell.
Ambrose is a member of the Minnesota Character Council. Ten years ago, he founded the Inner Hero Organization to work with youth in schools on becoming community leaders.
As “bad” behaviors when someone harms another become more and more to the fore in our communities – theft, assault, unsafe schools – we look for causes and for solutions.
Where public schools are concerned, one response, now questioned by many, is to place police or other law enforcers in schools.
But if the cause of “bad” behavior is a failure of character, the weakening of the moral sense, succumbing to fears and insecurities, the rise of self-referential values and disparagement of the “other,” then should not these causes of “bad” behavior be addressed, rather than responding to behavior as only symptoms?
What could be the constructive deployment of ethics in our schools to improve their safety for all students?
Cost to attend is $20 per person, which you can pay at the door.
Box lunches will be provided by Afro Deli.
To register, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The event will last between an hour and hour and a half.