Frequently Asked Questions.
Our curriculum is developed by a talented team of professionals with extensive education and experience in the classroom and industry. Our team develops a cohesive instructional path for students that is informed by their personal and professional experiences in academia, professional practice, research, and ongoing collaboration with experts in academia and industry. This powerful combination allows us to create a comprehensive learning experience unlike any other that provides students with leading-edge knowledge and expertise, as well as transportable skills they can apply no matter how the career landscape evolves.
A Peace Peddlers training program includes a series of modules, units, or courses available for elementary, middle, high schools, and colleges, respectively. Our comprehensive programs also include in-depth professional development for educators, live support, and more.
• Peace Peddlers Climb (6-8) - Conflict Resolution and Bullying Prevention program featuring Power-Up™;
• Peace Peddlers Summit (9-12) - Conflict Resolution and Bullying Prevention program featuring Power-Up™;
• Peace Peddlers Guide (Educators) - Conflict Resolution and Bullying Prevention program featuring Power-Up™;
• Peace Peddlers Level-Up (College) - Conflict Resolution training program;
Our training programs are designed to be completed in a school year.
Our programs are designed PreK-12 students and educators.
All requests for revisions to Peace Peddlers Terms and Conditions must be made in writing and emailed to Peace Peddlers Solution Center. If Peace Peddlers legal counsel approves the requests, you will receive a revised document.
The Peace Peddlers Investment Tool walks you through key financial outlays. Please note that implementing a Peace Peddlers program takes buy-in and an investment of time. When individuals within the school, district, and community are actively involved, Peace Peddlers programs are more successful.
All school sites are invoiced in spring of the current school year with payments due by July 1 of the upcoming school year.
The Program Fee is assessed for each school site (based on NCES code) and will be invoiced to the entity that signed the Peace Peddlers Terms and Conditions. If there are several schools or sites from a district that offer Peace Peddlers Programs, the entity that signed the Peace Peddlers Terms and Conditions can request to receive one consolidated invoice.
We're always here to help! Peace Peddlers provides districts and schools with unparalleled support, as well as comprehensive classroom resources that help teachers focus their time and attention on what they do best: engaging and inspiring students.