"This is a must-read for educators looking to support the healthy development of all of our young people as they contend with a social world fractured by structural oppression and racism."
— Ben Kirshner, professor, School of Education,
University of Colorado Boulder
"Seider carefully examines the distinct ways that the schools foster moral, behavioral, and civic dimensions of character...This book will be an important read for educators, policy makers, and citizens who care about the full character development of the young."
— William Damon, professor of education,
"Scott Seider's rich and insightful study of Harvard students who run a homeless shelter provides an informative portrait of today's young leaders and their struggle to understand and confront injustice."
- Dr. Peter Levine, Tisch College of Citizenship and Public Service,