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National Consciousness-Based Education tours to begin April 18th
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12 April 2006
Renowned Panel of Educators and Scientists to Showcase 30 Years of Scientific Research and Classroom Experience with the Transcendental Meditation® Program
On April 18th, US Peace Government president Dr. John Hagelin and a renowned panel of educators and scientists will launch two national tours to promote Consciousness-Based education and the impact of the Transcendental Meditation program on educational outcomes (see schedule below).
The tours will visit 13 cities in Colorado, Arizona, Nevada, New York, and New England and will focus on children's health and education-including effective ways to improve academic achievements and prevent and treat stress, anxiety, depression, and learning disabilities.
The presentations in each city will provide local educators, government leaders, health professionals, and foundations with a complete introduction to the Transcendental Meditation program-including the 30 years of scientific research and classroom experience documenting its practical, wide-ranging benefits for both students and teachers. The speakers will also give step-by-step information about how to start Consciousness-Based educational programs in schools. The conference will showcase the seven-year success of the TM® program at the award-winning Nataki Talibah Schoolhouse of Detroit.
Dr. Ashley Deans, director of the award-winning Maharishi School in Fairfield, Iowa, will also speak about his new book A Record of Excellence: The Remarkable Success of Maharishi School of the Age of Enlightenment and about the achievements of this flagship school for Consciousness-Based education (see http://www.maharishischooliowa.org).
If you live near any of the cities on these tours, we urge you to attend these powerful presentations-and to encourage your family and friends, especially those involved in education, to attend as well. The tour schedule, phone contacts, and online registration information are given below.
Southwest Tour: April 18-22
The Southwest Tour presentations are luncheon conferences running from 12:00 noon to 2:30 p.m., with optional Q&A workshops from 2:30-3:30 p.m. The cost, including luncheon and conference materials, is $45. For a list of conference speakers and their backgrounds, please visithttp://coloradostressfreeschools.org/panelists.html.
Colorado (Online registration)
• Tuesday, April 18 • Denver (303-552-0961)
• Wednesday, April 19 • Colorado Springs (719-636-0807)
Arizona (Online registration)
• Thursday, April 20 • Tucson (520-327-0068)
• Friday, April 21 • Phoenix (602-274-0849)
Nevada (Online registration)
• Saturday, April 22 • Las Vegas (702-878-2071)
Northeast Tour: May 1-10
The Northeast Tour presentations are luncheon conferences running from 12:00 noon to 3:00 p.m. The cost, including luncheon and conference materials, is $45. There is no charge for the Fairfield, CT, dessert reception (7:30-9:00 p.m.), and all conference fees will be waived in New England for educators and other professionals dedicated to student health and well-being. Continuing Education Units may apply. For a list of conference speakers and their backgrounds, please visithttp://www.westchester.stressfreeschools.org/panelists.html.
New York (Online registration)
• Monday, May 1 • Westchester (914-330-9537)
New England (Online registration)
• Monday, May 1 • Fairfield, CT-evening event (860-657-1625)
• Wednesday, May 3 • Greater Hartford, CT (Avon) (860-657-1625)
• Thursday, May 4 • Providence, RI (401-728-7560)
• Friday, May 5 • Boston, MA (617-492-0018)
• Monday, May 8 • Greater Burlington, VT (Essex) (802-651-0144)
• Tuesday, May 9 • Greater Manchester, NH (Bedford) (603-626-4297)
• Wednesday, May 10 • Portland, ME (207-699-2568)
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