By Bob Schwalb Comprehensive humane education teaches students about some of the world’s most intractable problems. In our lessons, we examine the scope of these problems, discover causes and effects, and search for solutions that will do the most good and least harm (MOGO) for all humans, all animals, and

By Liz Walch When I was a kid, I loved watching Whose Line Is It Anyway?, the TV show where comedians performed on-the-spot skits, bits, gags, impressions, and songs. I may not have understood all of the grown-up humor, but the silliness and fast-paced jokes had me rolling on the

Feeling empowered and equipped to bring high quality humane education to your community just became easier! We are proud to announce the launch of the HEART Network, our newest initiative to connect those working in animal protection organizations with HEART’s humane education materials, as well as with each other. Humane

By Bob Schwalb H.E.A.R.T began delivering humane education programs to all of the 4th and 5th grade classes at Sun Prairie, Wisconsin’s Creekside Elementary in 2016. These sessions include semester-long Humane Living Programs covering lessons on human rights, animal protection, and environmental ethics. They also include an innovative program that