UVA TODAY Introduces CSP Focused on the ‘Whole Child’
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UVA TODAY Introduces CSP Focused on the ‘Whole Child’

UVA Today introduced the Compassionate Schools Project to the University community in a story detailing its goals and listing its many partners.

“Our aim is to test – using the best scientific methods – a health education curriculum that is up to date on skills children need for the coming world,” Patrick Tolan said. “and that can have important impact on school engagement and achievement, mental and physical health, and long-term well-being.” Tolan is lead researcher and professor and director of Youth-Nex.

Read the whole story, “U.Va. Partners with Louisville Schools to Study Health and Wellness Curriculum.”