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In School, Babies Teach Older Children Empathy

  • Aired: 03/28/2013
  • 08:11
  • Rating: NR
A recent study found that schools with high levels of teasing and bullying had dropout rates above the national average. In Seattle, a program called Roots of Empathy is using an unconventional method to stop bullying -- bringing infants into the classroom to demonstrate the importance of listening and caring for other people.
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