The Human Dignity Curriculum (HDC) is a K-12 curriculum rooted in the dignity of the human person. Research and evidence-based, this personal identity curriculum equips students to answer the questions, ‘who am I’ and ‘what can I become’. Cross-cutting themes include human dignity, freedom, creativity, solidarity, the history of ideas and human rights. The HDC has earned government approvals from Croatia and the Philippines as well as national implementations in Nigeria and Tanzania. The curriculum is available in English, Spanish and Hungarian, with other translations currently underway.
The best way to kickstart the process is to engage your school’s principal. You can do this by sharing our website, meeting with your school’s principal to introduce them to the HDC, or by emailing us at email@example.com to schedule a meeting for us to present the Human Dignity Curriculum to your school’s principal or school board leaders. We are excited to help you bring HDC to your community!
Yes. Proceeds from the curriculum pay for the ongoing cost of development and expansion, as well as assist us in providing scholarships to under resourced schools and communities. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to enquire. The HDC is a curriculum intended to assist in the personal development, character, and growth of every child and youth. We do our best to make HDC accessible and available to all. To donate to our scholarship fund, click here.
Yes! Through purchasing the HDC, you receive access to our online teacher training portal, including instructional videos, best practices from teachers and HDC pilots from around the world and much more.