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As mental health issues among teens rise across the nation, one downtown Los Angeles school is turning to meditation and social-emotional skills to help its students overcome those challenges and find a new path to learning. Focusing on building deep and supportive relationships between teachers and students, the New Village Girls Academy seeks to create a safe environment to prepare the girls for life after school and offers them a second chance at success. Sponsored by Chan Zuckerberg Initiative.