In School, Babies Teach Older Children to Consider Feelings and Needs of Others | PBS NewsHour | March 28, 2013

A recent study found that schools with high levels of teasing and bullying had dropout rates above the national average.


JUDY WOODRUFF: Now: two stories about how children learn.

The first focuses on a Seattle program that uses babies to prevent bullying. A recent study by the University of Virginia found the dropout rate was 29 percent above average in schools with significant levels of teasing and bullying, compared to schools in the study with lower rates.