Helping schools improve performance, reduce conflict & enhance relationships using nonviolent communication

Education for a long time now has been primarily focused on what curricula we believe will be helpful for students to be successful. Life-Enriching Education inspired by the principles of Marshall Rosenberg's Nonviolent Communication (NVC) is based on the premise that the relationship between teachers and students, the relationships of students with one another, and the relationships of students to what they are learning are equally important in preparing students for the future.

Children need far more than basic skills of reading & writing. They also need to learn how to find meaning in what they learn, and how to work & live together.

Teachers, school administrators and parents can develop skills in language, communication and ways of structuring the learning environment that support the development of autonomy and interdependence in the classroom. These skills will help prepare students for living in the world they will inherit.