EIKPS Testimonials

“I really appreciated the interactive, intriguing and honest approach. I just wish we had longerso much we could learn from each other.” -Chris Hampton, Miss Porter’s School
“I never pictured myself leading and teaching a room of 80 people consisting of my peers, parents and teachers. I loved sharing my knowledge and insights with my teachers during the Bioethics Project Symposium because it gave me the opportunity to teach the people who teach me every day. Through the Bioethics Project, I gained important presentation, research and writing skills.” -Madison Mastrangelo ’15, KPS; Bioethics Project 2012-2013 Participant
“Well done, excellent topics, great resources and the discussions were invaluable!” -David Pietropaoli, Calvert School
“[“It’s Just Twitter”] is one of the best workshops on digital life that I have attended. Your thoughts about the need for adults to talk about these issues rather than lecture are critical. I’m so glad I followed up your NAIS workshop!” -Marti Weston, Author of Media! Tech! Parenting!
"Integrating ethics in the middle school classroom will certainly impact the overall scientific literacy of my students. I will look forward to observing how my first case study develops!" -Cary Rosillo, Dwight-Englewood School
“Dr. Rezach’s presentation was so timely, informative, engaging, and provocative that literally weeks later, her wisdom is still framing many of our conversations at Chatham Day School. Her work is truly a gift to others." -Dr. Pamela Fiander, Head of School, Chatham Day School
“Within an ever faster changing world, the workshops clearly show that ethical decision making is and will be a constant within our lives. It helps us to bridge different cultures, religions, beliefs and value systems. It is our responsibility as parents to pass this continuous learning process on to our children.” -Nathalie Tiepoldt-Schmitz, KPS Parent
"The workshop was a huge success and garnered great reviews. The presentation generated great conversations and will, I'm sure, continue to have an impact on our work here." -Jill Riverain, Assistant Head of Upper School, Greenwich Academy
“The sessions were relevant and material we can utilize immediately. Excellent exchange of knowledge and experiences.” -Heather Sherman, The Masters School
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The Ethics Institute at Kent Place School is a first-of-its-kind Institute at the primary and secondary school levels. We believe promoting the process and practice of ethical thinking and ethical decision-making in the youngest of children prepares them to be the most effective leaders and compassionate citizens of tomorrow.