PRLog - Jan. 24, 2012 - ROCKPORT, Maine -- ROCKPORT, Maine – Independent school leaders from throughout Tennessee will learn how to integrate ethics into their decision-making and communication with all stakeholders at a “Tone-at-the-
Paula Mirk, IGE Director of Education
The school administrators are members of the Tennessee Association of Independent Schools (TAIS). Ms. Mirk’s presentation is scheduled for January 27, 2012, at the Franklin Road Academy in Nashville.
The TAIS seminar will address the articulation and analysis of shared values that are in conflict in real-life, right-versus-
The session will also explore IGE’s “Schools of Integrity” (http://ethical-
“This presentation will be extremely valuable for our schools because it will strengthen their ability to handle tough ethical decisions in the best possible way,” said Rich Martin, TAIS executive director. “I would urge every independent school leader to give their senior administrators this training. Not only will it help them make better decisions, but it will enable them to model key qualities that will nurture a culture of integrity in their schools.”
The Tennessee Association of Independent Schools is a nonprofit, voluntary association of 56 schools located throughout Tennessee. For more information, visit: http://www.taistn.com.
The IGE’s Ethical Literacy® Learning Community provides school community members with tools and processes to build and maintain a culture of integrity based on shared values, ethical decision-making, and research about balancing attention to academic rigor with attention to the ethical development of young people. For more information, visit http://www.ethical-
About the IGE
Founded in 1990, with offices in Rockport, Maine, New York City and London, the Institute for Global Ethics (http://www.globalethics.org)