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How Making Kindness a Priority Benefits Students

Linda Flanagan

KQED News

Sep 12, 2017

"Kids learn more when kindness and tolerance run through a school culture. “The school community functions so much better when kids have strong social-emotional skills,” Weissbourd said. Having empathy, being able to consider another’s perspective, and managing one’s own emotions and actions, all of which are connected to kindness, are linked to academic success."