30 Ways Mayors & Local Government Can Promote Good Character

Lists 30 concrete actions that mayors and governments and can engage in to foster good character among K 12 students. Suggestions include: 1) assessing community needs and character resources; 2) arranging local media coverage on how schools and community groups are promoting character; and 3) working with schools and community agencies to expand students' opportunities for service learning.

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