Welcome to the School for Ethical Education (SEE)! SEE is a not-for-profit teaching organization that provides classes, creates
programs and offers
consultation services to promote strategies for comprehensive ethics and character education.
Our work is based in the research of the modern character-education movement and anchored in the practices published by the
Character Education Partnership in their
11 Principles of Effective Character Education.
You are encouraged to browse and
search this website to learn about our support for
comprehensive character education that include strategies to: (1) advance caring classroom communities through
classroom meetings, (2) develop expectations, procedures and rules to support
moral discipline and
academic integrity, (3) integrate the
instruction of core values into academic lessons to promote higher-order thinking and
writing, (4) practice cooperative learning strategies in support of academic lessons and
service-learning, (5) learn a
character-based decision-making strategy to advance ethical choices and actions, (6) recognize important social skills to teach in support of
conflict resolution and (7) be familiar with strategies to
measure effective character education.
for Ethical Education (SEE) has successfully completed
17 years of activity to put ethics in action. Review
our 2011-2012 Annual Report
and Executive Summary in PDF format.
Do you have questions after your review? Please
contact us for more information.
Learn about the
School for Ethical Education's (SEE) history beginning in 1995 when founded by John Winthrop Wright. SEE’s mission is rooted in the writings of our founder’s ancestor John Winthrop, colonial governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony (1630-1649). SEE is a recognized 501(c)3 education organization that is nonsectarian and obtains most of its financial support from public and foundation grants, fee for services, and gifts from
Wright Investors' Service of Milford, CT. SEE is not affiliated with any religious organization and does not espouse or represent a specific religious belief through its programs.
Vision and Mission
SEE's vision and mission to support learning experiences that promote comprehensive character education.
Learn about the four main
strategies SEE employs to fulfill its mission of character
Pathway for Comprehensive Character Education
Learn about the stepping stones
on the pathway to promote character development.
Meet Dr. David B.
Director of the School for Ethical Education.
Learn about The School for Ethical Education's Trustees.
We welcome you to join the legacy of Mr. John Winthrop Wright in the support of programs to put ethics in action.
The School for Ethical Education (SEE) is a recognized 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Any monetary contribution is a
tax-deductible gift for itemized federal deductions. A contribution of any size is appreciated and will automatically add you to
our mailing list to receive SEE program updates.
Learn about exciting job opportunities at the School for
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Education for a meeting? View the driving
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