The National WWII Museum is excited to host a second Medal of Honor Character Development Program training on March 4 on-site at the Museum. The Medal of Honor Character Development Program is a free resource that teaches courage, commitment, integrity, sacrifice, citizenship, and patriotism to students through educationally grounded lessons developed by teachers for teachers. These six values are embodied in the Medal of Honor and exemplified in the actions for which it has been awarded. The Character Development Program teaches students to recognize and exemplify these values, making them useful as Social Emotional Learning resources, as a classroom management system, or as a tool to create a positive and healthy school culture. Built to be flexible, the program is appropriate for public, private, charter, homeschool, and extracurricular settings.