Offering tools to teachers and parents to help create good character in children.   
A responsible person takes care of his or her own space and is responsible for the consequences of his or her own actions. A responsible person always does his best, is helpful to family and friends, and can always be counted on.

Responsibility can be defined as the "ability" to "respond" to the tasks that have been assigned to a person and can be a good indicator of maturity. A responsible person takes charge of themselves and their behavior and is willing to face the consequences of their actions. Parents and teachers alike are instrumental in helping to develop these traits in two important ways: by modeling responsibility and by providing opportunities to be responsible. For instance, assigning chores around the house and classroom, homework, extracurricular activities, and then jobs and volunteer work for older children. Expectations for responsibility should be clear and equal to the developmental level of the child.