About the Program
The Medal of Honor Character Development Program prompts students, athletes, scouts and others to think of others first, make good choices every day and build stronger communities. The CDP teaches that ordinary people can meet great challenges and change the world.
Character Development Program's overriding message is that everyone has the capacity to be a hero and the courage to do the right thing.
CDP lesson plans demonstrate the principles on which our nation was founded. These lessons use the dramatic stories of Medal of Honor recipients to make those principles very real to students. The CDP includes cross-curriculum lessons for middle and high school, video oral histories, teacher tutorials, video conferences and more.
Educators and administrators are encouraged to register online to access the CDP's instructional resources. Teachers designed the lesson plans to help students explore the values of courage, integrity, sacrifice, commitment, citizenship, and patriotism. The lessons use best practices based on national standards and easily adapt to a variety of curricula, teaching methods, and school settings.
The CDP is used by public & private schools, home-education individuals & associations, scouting organizations, athletic programs, churches, and even correctional institutions.
To get started, log in and register at www.cmohedu.org