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Roots of Empathy in Washington State

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  • 89% of students reported that if they saw a friend being bullied or treated meanly, they would help them – 2019 Annual Program Evaluation Report
    Greater Seattle Area
  • 87% of teachers strongly agreed or agreed that as a result of Roots of Empathy, students are more inclusive or accepting of others who are different from themselves (including culture, race, special needs, gender, etc…) – 2019 Annual Program Evaluation Report Greater Seattle Area
  • 87% of teachers strongly agreed or agreed that as a result of Roots of Empathy, students are more able to understand other people’s points of view – 2019 Annual Program Evaluation Report Greater Seattle Area
  • 100% of teachers feel that the Roots of Empathy program supports the school’s curriculum – 2019 Annual Program Evaluation Report Greater Seattle Area
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What Washington State teachers and students say

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