The Final Mark

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Since 1993, teaching empathy has been an official part of the Danish school curriculum. Every week, students have a one-hour class in which they discuss their problems and look for solutions as a group. They learn to listen, understand and participate without judgment. Two concrete benefits of this program's implementation is greater respect between the students and less bullying.

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