This issue recognizes the critical importance in guiding young people toward mature decision making in the arena of ethics and explores ways in which that guidance can take shape. Through surveys, observation, and interviews, chapter authors have designed activities geared to reshape the way youngsters and others think about right and wrong. Studies of teen-oriented chatroom scripts and other online communities highlight the growing trend of adolescents who seem to dwell more online than in their own neighborhoods. Traditional activities such as sports, out-of-class time, political and community engagement are also examined as sources of social and emotional development. This issue is the 108th volume in the quarterly report series New Directions for Youth Development. It is a collaboration between New Directions for Youth Development and the National AfterSchool Association. Click here to view the entire catalog of New Directions for Youth Development titles.