Compassion seen as way to eliminate ‘epidemic of anger’ in schools

Scarlett Lewis, whose 6-year-old son was among the 20 children murdered in the Sandy Hook school massacre, told educators in Seattle on Tuesday that one key to better schools is compassion.

“It took a lifetime of anger and frustration and loneliness and could have been stopped.

I know that if Adam had been given a compassionate education, and been shown compassion, Sandy Hook would not have happened.”

by Claudia Rowe: