For 15 years, Mindful Schools has been a leader in bringing secular mindfulness to students and educators - first as a direct service provider, then through online trainings and an intensive certification, and now by adding K12 services to build capacity and transform systems, from the inside out. We're delighted to share our first Impact Report celebrating all we've accomplished over the last year.
The Cigna Group Foundation renews support for Mindful Schools; $425,000 grant will fund the expansion of mindfulness programming in 15 Title I schools.
Mindful Schools partnered with Paterson Public Schools in New Jersey to make mindfulness practices available to a district of 51 schools.
Thanks community support, Mindful Schools provided Laveen Elementary School with greater access to our programs, with remarkable results. Watch their story.
For Immediate Release: Mindful Schools receives $750,000 grant from Cigna Foundation's Healthier Kids for Our Future initiative.
The Equity in Action Scholarship Fund will support BIPOC and/or LGBTQ+ Educators to participate in our year-long programs with significantly reduced tuition.
Key Changes in Mindful Schools’ Programs and Leadership Team: As our nation faces unprecedented challenges, our hope is that these key shifts can help cultivate joyful and just school communities no matter what the future holds.
The current field of mindfulness in education rests on a foundation of research. This research update offers an overview of the benefits of mindfulness for youth and current highlights in research studies through April 2020.
Read this letter from Mindful School’s Board President, Anu Cairo and learn how your can return the gift of compassion to educators, today.
This school is disrupting the educational system for underrepresented students. Learn how you can help.
As an organization that is dedicated to enhancing the lives of young people and to creating environments in which they can best develop and thrive, we are concerned with the U.S. policy of separating children from their families.
Meet our inaugural Community Advisory and Action Team and find out what they're working on.