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Building Character

A sixth grade social worker teaches life lessons through stone carving.

When talking to a tween it’s hard to know if they are listening. Terence Lankford, an Indiana school employee, has proof that his words are getting through—they’re actually set in stone. Independent Producer Adam Schwartz has more on what kids can learn with a hammer and chisel.

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