|Product Name||On Purpose: How Great School Cultures Form Strong Character|
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|Author||Samuel Casey Carter|
|Features||Students who are encouraged to build lasting personal character and a strong sense of purpose, Motivated teachers who feel rewarded for their hard work, Improved student achievement in multiple subject areasStrategies for creating a healthy school culture,, Title - On Purpose, Sub Title - How Great School Cultures Form Strong Character|
|Long Description||Discover how 12 ordinary schools achieved extraordinary results Best-selling author Samuel Casey Carter showcases a dozen extraordinary K–12 schools where confident children joyfully strive to accomplish worthy goals in concert with their friends. These institutions focus on a culture of character as their foundation, and demonstrate scalable, sustainable, and replicable models for your school to emulate. The results are undeniable: Students who are encouraged to build lasting personal character and a strong sense of purpose Motivated teachers who feel rewarded for their work Improved student achievement in multiple subject areas|
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