Raising a Compassionate Child in an Age of Entitlement

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Do schools still give grades for good citizenship? Should they? Are we raising children to have too much self-esteem? In an era of competition and uncertainty, parents are feeling the pressure to make sure their children have the best advantages. New York Times best-selling author, Madeline Levine offers tips to develop values and coping skills over grades and trophies. We’ll also hear from psychologist Tamar Chansky who sees anxiety in both parents and children. And, we’ll get some revealing research from Luba Falk Feigenberg of Harvard University’s Graduate School of Education’s Making Caring Common Project.

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