Compassionate Schools Project | Press Conference: Launch of Compassionate Schools Project
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Press Conference: Launch of Compassionate Schools Project

Press Conference: Launch of Compassionate Schools Project

Louisville Kentucky’s Mayor Greg Fischer was joined by area school children and project partners at a press conference to kick off the Compassionate Schools Project. The curriculum is being piloted at three Jefferson County Public Schools: Jacob, Slaughter, and Cane Run Elementary Schools. The event was held at the start of the Louisville school year on August 13, 2015.

The Compassionate Schools Project is the most comprehensive study ever
 undertaken of a 21st century health and wellness curriculum in an 
elementary or secondary school setting. Facilitating the integrated
 development of mind and body, the project interweaves support in 
academic achievement, mental fitness, health, and compassionate
 character. The research aims to have a major impact on children’s
 education nationwide with regard to academic performance, physical
 education, character development, and child health policies­.