Healing negative behavior

As a public school administrator, I know how challenging the issue of negative behavior in public schools can be. It is a fact that unless a teacher can control his or her classroom, little or no teaching can take place. It's been estimated that 75 percent or more of the time of many teachers in inner-city schools is occupied with controlling negative student behavior.

But does it have to be this way?

The teacher who understands that there is only one Mind, God, and that Mind is in constant control, can bring harmony to a classroom that seems out of control.

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December 4, 1995

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