How can I learn more about the program?
There are several ways to learn about the Medal of Honor Character Development Program:
1. Explore all of the materials at www.cmohedu.org
2. Request a free DVD kit of the program that includes the lesson plans, recipient videos, and a set of video tutorials
3. Attend an in-person training about the program
4. Take part in one of our monthly webinars
5. Reach out to email@example.com with any questions
What types of schools use the program?
All kinds of schools currently use the program. We are in private, public, parochial, charter, independent and home schools.
At what grade or age is the program aimed?
The program’s primary audience is middle and high school students, but because the curriculum is flexible, we also have elementary schools, colleges and universities using the program.
Can organizations other than schools use the Character Development Program?
Absolutely! The program is being used by scouting organizations, athletic programs, home-school communities, museums, anti-bullying groups, and even correctional facilities.
Is there any cost to use the program?
No. The online resource is completely free and contains all of the Recipient Living Histories and the Lesson Plans as well as Video Tutorials about teaching the material. Along with the website, we offer a DVD kit which contains PDFs of all 59 lesson plans with the accompanying DVDs of the Recipient Living Histories. You can request the free DVD kit here.
Can I make a donation to support the Character Development Program?
Yes, and we appreciate your interest in supporting us. To donate, visit the Medal of Honor Foundation at http://www.cmohfoundation.org/ and click on Support the Legacy. You can either donate by mail or online through Paypal. If you would like to specify your donation for the Character Development Program, you can do so on the memo line of the check or in a note or email with your online donation.
Are there training sessions on how to teach the program?
Yes. There are training videos on the website which will walk you through using the program in your classroom. They are located under Table of Contents > Tutorials.
Additionally, the educators who designed the program lead a limited number of live, day-long training sessions every year. These trainings occur around the country and are usually scheduled at the request of a School District or Superintendent. To speak with someone about scheduling a training in your area, please call 864-612-4549 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.