About the “I Care” Parent Engagement Character Curriculum

The “I Care” Parent Engagement & Character Curriculum was developed in 1996 and is continuously improved. It provides educators with a research-based, practical, structured, and measurable curriculum to:

Increase Parent Engagement & Character Education & Community Involvement

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“I Care” continues to evolve. All the curriculum components are research-based and comprehensive for elementary, middle, and high school students, parents, teachers, and community partners. Today, over 100,000 classrooms have successfully implemented “I Care” in grades Pre-K through 12 & Toddler. It is enabling those classrooms, schools, and districts nationally and internationally to:

  • Get busy & hard-to-reach parents involved in the education of their children at home.
  • Simplify the teaching of character at school, at home, and in the community.
  • Measure and document parent engagement and character education outcomes.

Elbert Solomon, the developer of “I Care,” started out as a high school teacher before transitioning to Chemical Engineering and corporate business. He integrated into “I Care” the Total Quality Management (TQM) principles originated by William Deming, who revolutionized the Japanese economy. After teaching and mentoring many children who were not achieving to their full potential, Mr. Solomon and his wife were motivated to develop a practical parent engagement character curriculum.

“I Care” Products & Services is the sole supplier of the “I Care” Parent Engagement Character Curriculum, the Online “I Care” Parent Engagement Measuring System, and the “I Care” Parent and Teacher Portals.

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