Schools combine meditation and brain science to help combat discipline problems
from Chalkbeat Indiana
It was the Friday morning before spring break, and Deanna Nibarger's fifth-graders were noisily chatting and enjoying their breakfast of milk, granola bars and raisins when a woman's voice crackled over the school intercom: "Sit up straight and close your eyes," the woman on the intercom said. The room immediately went silent as the woman's command was followed by a series of short, high-pitched dings. A trance settled over the class for nearly a minute.
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