meditation in schools

Parents and educators around the world are recognizing the benefits of meditation for children. We speak to Bob Roth of the David Lynch Foundation and Sonia Sequeira, Neuroscientist at Memorial Sloan Kettering, about why this is more than a trend.
The ritual, like nearly everything else in school, is also graded. At BUGS, each student is scored by the teacher on a zero
Writing, yoga and meditation can only help build a more mindful classroom when it becomes habitual. After 10,000 hours of practice (a la Malcolm Gladwell), we can only imagine their creative potential in leadership.
Simmons, who released a book titled Success Through Stillness: Meditation Made Simple this week, went on to say other schools
What if there was something schools could do that was scientifically shown to promote emotional resilience, physical health and academic performance? But what if only a few schools had started to incorporate it into their curriculum?