Offering tools to teachers and parents to help create good character in children.   
Children can be taught, and rightfully so, that they are members or citizens of many groups, whether it is their family, their classroom, their town or community, or their country.

There are many privileges that come with being a good citizen within each particular group, but these privileges are a direct consequence or result of being responsible to a group in a variety of ways. In other words, “with rights come responsibilities.”

No matter what group a person belongs to, a good citizen follows rules, cooperates with others in the group, obeys laws and people in positions of authority, and respects the earth enough to take care of it and conserve its resources.

With parents and teachers alike paving the way, children can help develop, sustain, preserve, and enjoy the concept of being good citizens.