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Mr. Charlie Abourjilie

Eighth Grade Social Studies Teacher

Guilford Education Alliance

HQ Phone: (336) 841-4332

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Guilford Education Alliance

902 Bonner Drive

Jamestown, North Carolina 27282

United States

Company Description

Guilford Education Alliance was founded by community leadership from throughout Guilford County. Initially funded through collaboration of The Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro, the High Point Community Foundation and the Cemala Foundation, we ar ... more

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Background Information

Employment History


Guilford County Schools

Character Education Coordinator

North Carolina Department of Public Instruction


Character Development Group of North Carolina

High School Teacher and Coach

High Point High School


Board Member
Kids Voting

Web References (37 Total References)

Guilford Education Alliance - Board of Directors / Partners [cached]

Charlie Abourjilie - Curriculum Facilitator; Eastern Guilford High School

Kids Voting North Carolina: Board of Directors [cached]

Charlie Abourjilie - '07 At-largeGuilford County Schools

Character education's goals include respect, honesty [cached]

Panelists: Students and teachers from area schools, state character education director Charlie Abourjilie and Guilford County school board member Susan Mendenhall.

District leaders asked Charlie Abourjilie, a Southwest High School teacher, to oversee the initiative.
In 2001, the General Assembly passed the Student Citizen Act, requiring all public schools to teach character.Abourjilie then left Guilford County Schools to become the character education coordinator for the N.C. Department of Public Instruction and oversee efforts for the state's 2,300 public schools.
Abourjilie said Guilford County has a strong program, in part because its schools have taught character education longer than most other schools.
"So much of what I do is based on what goes on in Guilford County, " he said.
Character education is taking root in schools across the country.
"You have to involve your student leadership more, and you have to have an athletic component," Abourjilie said.
Abourjilie said schools can use office referrals, suspension rates, student attendance and parent-teacher surveys to get an idea whether a program works.

"Remember the Titans" Herman Boone Recognizes High Point Central 3A Girls Basketball State Champions [cached]

Charles Abourjilie, former GCS teacher who is now serving as the first state director of character education, organized the program in collaboration with Paul Lessard, executive director of the Light House Foundation and the High Point Community Foundation.

Character Development & Leadership - Created by Joseph M. Hoedel, Ph. D. [cached]

- Charlie Abourjilie, NC's Character Education Coordinator

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