Offering tools to teachers and parents to help create good character in children.   
Who hasnít heard the common protest, "Thatís not fair!" when young children feel they have been wronged. Because children tend to be quick to be defensive on their own behalf, teaching children a realistic sense of fairness is very important. Characterizing for children the traits of a fair person involves the concepts of playing by an agreed upon set of rules so that everyone can be treated the same and not blaming someone else for your own errors. A fair person needs to consider all sides of an issue before coming to a conclusion, which means listening patiently at times. This is only one of the reasons why practicing fairness is so difficult for young children. Perhaps the best way to sum up the idea of treating others fairly or reacting in a fair manner is to emphasize the Golden Rule as found in the Bible, "Treat others as you would have them treat you."

Finally we need to take the concept of being fair very seriously by setting high standards of fairness for ourselves as parents and educators, as well as holding up those same high standards for our children, expecting and accepting only the best in terms of fairness.