You are invited to view online or attend in person the National Education Summit and Luncheon, which will showcase an effective program for reducing classroom stress and teacher burnout and improving academic achievement.
The mounting crisis of classroom stress, which undermines academic achievement and damages health, demands an innovative, practical solution. There is significant and compelling data that the answer lies in a stress-reducing, nonreligious in-school quiet time/meditation program.
On Thursday, October 16, in New York City,at 12:45 EDT, the “National Summit on Student Health and Education” will highlight 35 years of scientific research and classroom experience with tens of thousands of students participating in the Quiet Time/Transcendental Meditation program.
You are invited to view the Summit online at Webcast.StressFreeSummit.org
For more information, please see StressFreeSummit.org.
Information provided by,
George Rutherford, Ph.D.
Principal, Ideal Academy Public Charter School
District of Columbia;
Co-Director, U.S. Committee for Stress-Free Schools