Whether you’re the President of the United States or the President of your Class, dishonesty is a slippery slope that can have profound impacts on our communities and society. As political leadership continues to undermine public trust in our institutions, making ethics more salient in our educational spheres is increasingly important. Understanding the complexity of our decision making and morality is essential to improving our own behavior and demanding more accountability from those around us.

The (Dis)Honesty Project offers a powerful lens through which to better understand the world we live in. On a  personal and practical level, it provides guidance for students to address the pressures and factors at play that get them into frequent trouble –  social media,  academic dishonesty, and even bullying.

  • The Documentary Film “(Dis)Honesty – The Truth About Lies” – 90 mins or 56 mins
    To purchase a License for the film, click HERE
  • A curriculum entitled SLIPPERY SLOPES for middle school and high school students that can be used in English, History, Math, Science and more. The curriculum comes with the educational license to the film – you can view a sample HERE
  • Workshops led by Yael Melamede that include clips from the film as well as experiments created with Dan Ariely for teachers and students alike

Please contact us if you’d like to discuss any of these opportunities or a special screening or event at your school.