“Reduce Behavior Problems, Boost Attendance: Schools of Character” – NEA

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“As the Community School Coordinator at Mahatma Gandhi Community School in northern New Jersey, Meredith Mullen creates a supportive environment for all students. 

‘We use the house system – like in Harry Potter,’ Mullen explains. “The students might look different, eat different foods, celebrate different holidays, but when they’re in the same house, it brings them together.” 

This year, Mahatma Gandhi Community School was recognized as a State School of Character. Mullen’s next goal is to be named a National School of Character by Character.org, a nonprofit organization comprised of educators, researchers, business and civic leaders who care about the role that character will play in our future.” 

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