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Transcendental Meditation in the Wellness curriculum of a Detroit school
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28 March 2010
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Please click on the following link to read more about 'Transcendental Meditation in the Wellness curriculum of a Detroit school'. The article features Carmen N'Namdi, Chief Education Officer of a Detroit middle school where more than 300 students and teachers practise the Transcendental Meditation Technique twice daily as part of the school's Wellness Program—one of the first programmes of its kind in the world.
She says that through Transcendental Meditation over the past 13 years, the children are more focussed on their work; they're more patient with the learning experience; and they're more reflective about their behaviour. She also said that 'it's been noted a number of times that our children are extremely good in their interpersonal relationships—very supportive of each other'.
Ms N'Namdi added that the programme has become so important in the school that Transcendental Meditation is also offered as a health benefit for the teachers.
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