Offering tools to teachers and parents to help create good character in children.   
Perseverance is the quality that enables us to achieve our goals. As the moral of Aesopís fable of The Tortoise and the Hare reminds us, "slow and steady wins the race", so children need to be instructed to try hard, try again if necessary, and soon their goals can be accomplished. Perseverance, used in conjunction with other good qualities, has been the backbone of all progress and is an essential quality for children to learn. As parents and teachers we need to model our own commitment and stick-to-it-tiveness so that our children can see the value of perseverance. We can also consistently encourage them as they attempt to accomplish their own goals.

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