For most parents, teaching their children the “social graces” is an old school norm, a part of everyday parenting. “Social graces” is an old-fashioned idea. It was eventually replaced with the term “people skills” which has since been reinvented as social intelligence. Despite the transformation of the term, the concept remains powerful and essential to the success of an individual.
Despite obesity being on the rise in the United States, only a small percentage of the nation’s elementary schools are offering daily physical education. That’s why the Athlos Athletic Curriculum (AAC) provides a superior athletic program for children.
In the last five years, there have been a significant amount of qualified studies on the value of Performance Character traits in the educational process. These studies continue to support the theory that these traits can be learned and are a major determinant of success and happiness in life.