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Measuring What Matters

There is a growing body of research and practice that challenges the core fundaments of conventional educational philosophy and practice. This affirms that education is a community-based rather than individual pursuit, that knowledge is emergent rather than fixed, and that students have multiple learning faculties other than the intellect.

25 Years Of Schumacher College

By: Julia Ponsonby The real secret is I believe that we all feel responsible for Schumacher College – because it has treated us well, we care about this place. We are its stakeholders and we do not feel separate from its management, or unable to influence the future of our Small-is-Beautiful College.

Schumacher College is a Place of Treasures

The treasure is wholeness. Everyone who comes here has the chance to find this greatest of all treasures in their own way.

Hospitality and Participation

This is the first of a series of monthly reflections by Jonathan Rae, Head of Schumacher College, on the future of the College as we celebrate our 25th anniversary.

Reflection: From Tagore To Holistic Science

The mirror of Holistic Science shows Japan China, and also Korea for one day, as very different societies.

Schumacher College At 25

Satish Kumar describes the flourishing of a remarkable place of learning

Finding My Way Home: A Story of Becoming Indigenous

Throughout the course I started to understand what it means to be human, what it means to be part of the collective, to be part of the earth, of the creation.

Britain and the EU: Beyond the False Dichotomy

We need to step back and look at the big picture to see the enormous benefits of a systemic shift in direction: from global to local.

What Right Livelihood Means To Me

To practice Right Livelihood (samyag ajiva), you have to find a way to earn your living without transgressing your ideals of love and compassion.