Issue 3 - March 1999
- Written by Ananthapadmanabhan
As a teacher who has spent over ten years teaching senior school students in those tumultuous years when they are growing up, facing the pressures of a performance-dominated society, I have time and again returned to the question of the place of the larger vision of education - of this whole concern with the art of living correctly - in my class.
- Written by Alok Mathur
Geography began with the realization that there was another side to the mountain and other people across the sea.
- Written by Divya
Krishnamurti has often spoken about all our schools being one.
- Written by Kamala V. Mukunda
The question asked most often by visitors to the Centre For Learning is, '...but how do your children manage in the Real World outside, when they leave this school?' There was a time when this question would perplex me - isn't CFL in the real world just as everything else?! But over the last few years, I have begun to think more about this issue, and I can see that there is a need to answer such a question in depth and with seriousness.
- Written by Geetha Iyer
In December 1998, Navadanya and Rishi Valley School jointly organized a workshop on bio-diversity and conservation issues.
- Written by Leading Scientists
Human beings and the natural world are on a collision course.
- Written by P. Ramesh
Is history only a study of what happened' and when, and what happened next?