This program exposes school leaders to reflective and mindful practices that may enhance teaching and learning environments.
This project is working to integrate contemplative practices, values, and ideas in University of Virginia programs that are geared to educating students in a wide range of community service and global development activities.
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.
This program is designed to improve teachers' well-being and their social-emotional competence, and thereby the quality of the classroom, student behavior and academic achievement.
This project is examining the potential for practices of mindfulness to complement instruction and leadership of teachers and counselors working with youth in the Upward Bound program.