WDRB Discovers Majority of Kids “Seem to Love CSP”
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WDRB Discovers Majority of Kids “Seem to Love CSP”

WDRB News visited the “Compassion and Pastries” event in Louisville elementary school, that focused on┬ábecoming more in tune with children and how they learn.

“The students that are participating in the [Compassionate Schools] project are followed over a period of four years so that we can study the impacts of the curriculum on those student’s development,” Bloom Elementary PTA President Mollie Noe said. “We are waiting to see what the research says for the children, but overall the majority of the kids seem to love the program and are practicing mindfulness in their daily life.”

See the report: “Compassion and Pastries’ Event Held at Louisville Elementary School as part of JCPS Project