Welcome to the Ethics Institute at Kent Place School. As a first-of-its-kind Institute at the primary and secondary school levels, we believe that fostering ethical thinking and ethical decision-making in the youngest of children prepares them to be the most effective leaders and compassionate citizens of tomorrow.
|Bioethics Project Students Lead Community Symposium|
On Thursday, February 20, nine KPS students led a community symposium at which they presented their research on the theme, "Donor: What is the Value of the Human Body?" Topics included embryo adoption, kidney markets, rights of prisoners to receive organ transplants, and facial transplants, among others. For more information about the Symposium, click here.
|EIKPS Presents at National Conference on Girls' Education, National Association of Independent Schools!|
In February, Dr. Karen Rezach presented at the National Conference on Girls' Education and the National Association of Indpendent Schools Annual Conference. Topics included, a roundtable discussion, "Am I a Feminist?" and worksshops, "How to Change the Future of Science" and "Faculty Conversations: Grading and Grade Inflation." Both conferences reach teachers from throughout North America and features ideas on the forefront of education.
|Ethical Considerations in Your Digital Classroom|
On Tuesday, May 6, The Ethics Institute at Kent Place School is hosting a one-day workshop for teachers and school staff on ethical issues in enhancing the digital learning environment. Click here for details.
|Ethics Bowl Team Places Second and Third in Regional Qualifying Event|
In its first year participating in the National High School Ethics Bowl Tournament, the Kent Place School Ethics Bowl Team placed second overall in the Regional Qualifying Event at Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ on December 7.
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