The first President's wife to sit in on cabinet meetings, Rosalynn Carter died at 96 having led a life of real purpose. She cared deeply about mental health issues and loved politics. She even testified before Congress. After leaving office she dedicated herself to The Carter Center to "promote peace and be a champion of human rights". Most notably and visibly she and President Carter became involved with Habitat For Humanity, an organization dedicated to creating affordable housing. They personally helped to build and renovate over 4,000 homes in 14 different countries.
What can children learn from this woman's life? They can learn about having a voice, making a difference and being a leader.
How does this happen? WIth good values and appropriate and forward thinking curriculum programming in schools in concert with strong parenting. What schools do a good job of this? Many do, find out where, contact Wendy Levey Consulting, we've got this, all things education, preschool through highschool.
Whether your child is an author, an inventor, a computer programmer, an artist, a mathmetician, an athlete, a linguist, a historian, a chef or whatever, help them be an upstander and be the best version of themselves.