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Online replays now available for webcast: 'Quiet Time in the Classroom' - National Summit on student health, education
by Global Good News staff writer
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22 October 2008
For those who may have missed the live webcast of the National Summit on Student Health and Education, which was held on 16 October in New York City, replays of the one-day conference are now available online at stressfreesummit.org.
The National Summit was entitled 'Quiet Time in the Classroom', and highlighted a highly effective programme for reducing classroom stress and teacher burnout and improving academic achievement—the 'Transcendental Meditation/Quiet-Time Program' in education. Speakers included filmmaker David Lynch, founder of the David Lynch Foundation for Consciousness-Based Education and World Peace; renowned quantum physicist Dr John Hagelin; and entrepreneur and philanthropist Russell Simmons, as well as principals of schools where the Quiet Time Program has been implemented.
More than 350 school representatives attended.
For further information, please visit: Stress Free Summit.
Global Good News will feature articles reporting highlights of the National Summit, both on the Success Stories and the Excellence in Action web pages.
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