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At-risk youth in Caribbean to gain benefit of Quiet Time programme
by Global Good News staff writer
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8 June 2011
At-risk youth in the Caribbean may soon have the opportunity to learn the Transcendental Meditation Programme and enjoy its wide-ranging benefits for education and for every area of their lives—mind, body, behaviour, and environment.
Two different initiatives are in planning stages to support high school dropouts and discipline-challenged young people.
As part of the summer phase of the project, seven teachers in one programme learned Transcendental Meditation and are appreciative of the results. Teachers in the other programme—a remedial facility designed to help students get their high school diploma and go on to college or university—will begin Transcendental Meditation this month.
When school begins in September, both institutions hope to offer Quiet Time programmes, giving students the opportunity to learn the Transcendental Meditation Technique.
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