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Legacy Educational Resources, Inc., is incorporated as "A Domestic Nonprofit Corporation" in the state of Georgia. With the Internal Revenue Service, we have Public Charity Status according to section 509(a)(2), tax exempt as a 501(c)(3). Member of the Acworth Business Association. 



"To provide unique, affordable, compelling Web-based resources to help educators change lives."


Guiding Principles

  • Outcome Based - designed to motivate students to pursue and obtain the character qualities or skills of each lesson.

  • Research Based - informed by the best research on character formation and skills building.

  • Interactive - revised and added to continually based upon input from teachers, business leaders, students and parents.


  • Tim Harman — President of Tim Harman Photography. Executive Director of Convergence Entertainment Group
  • Keisha Hoerrner, Ph.D. — Professor of communication and Director of the Communities for Learning Success (CLASS) program at Kennesaw State University. Dr. Hoerrner holds a Ph.D. in Mass Communication from the University of Georgia and has taught at the university level for over a decade. As a researcher, she has used her experience and education as a consultant and expert witness on the effects of media on society.
  • Mark Hoerrner   Freelance journalist who serves as the Georgia director of Not for Sale, empowering individuals to fight modern day human trafficking and slavery.
  • Cheryl Miller—  Freelance Writer and student advocate for the MA in American Studies program at Kennesaw State University. 
  • Steve Miller — President, Legacy Educational Resources, Inc.
  • Phillip D. Page, Ed.D. — Principal, Garrett Middle School; High School Character Education Coordinator, Cobb County School System.
  • Dr. Ken Walker — Psychologist with the Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice and Director of Dalton Counseling Service.



Our articles were written by a variety of leaders and practitioners of character education, both inside and outside of our organization. 



Our lessons are often written in collaboration with teachers or administrators, who request lessons on a particular character trait. Steve and Cheryl Miller research the lessons and put them into their final form.


Cheryl K. Miller — Cherie holds a MA in Professional Writing from Kennesaw State University (2007). She is also a freelance writer who has published three books and written hundreds of articles and newspaper columns. She also writes a blog on being a pet mommy called www.pet-peeves.org.  Cherie is the President of the Georgia Writers Association, a state-wide organization that promotes authorship and literacy. Cherie works as a student advocate at Kennesaw State in the MA of American Studies Program.

Steve Miller — BA, M.Div. Steve has written several books, curriculum, numerous articles, and an extensive illustration database for speakers. He served as a character education mentor at the award-winning Kennesaw Mountain High School. He has presented at conferences from Atlanta to Moscow. Steve's books for writers and teachers include:

Contact Us

E-mail (Preferred method, goes directly to writers and webmaster)

jstevemiller at gmail.com (replace "at" with @)



(770) 337-4385


Mailing Address

Legacy Educational Resources
5814 Sailboat Pointe, NW
Acworth, GA 30101



Donor Privacy Policy


Information We Collect and Use

Legacy Educational Resources, Inc. collects only the information essential to process donations, including: amount donated, address, telephone number, donor comments and e-mail addresses.

How We Use the Information

Legacy will never publish, sell, trade, rent or share donor information. It will be used to:

  • Distribute receipts for donations
  • Thank donors for their donation
  • Inform donors about upcoming fundraising and other activities 
  • Internal analysis and record keeping
  • Reporting to relevant U.S. and State agencies as required by law

Who Sees Donor Information

We allow only those who use the information to process the data. Nothing is given to any person, organization or group who does not need to access the information for processing purposes.



For input or questions concerning this site, the illustrations or character curriculum, e-mail the Webmaster at  webmaster@character-education.info