"What is the point of education?"
A dialogue between Krishnamurti and Professor Allan Anderson.
Education as a Religious Activity
An article by Scott Forbes, former principal of Brockwood Park School.
This article summarizes the implications of Krishnamurti’s work in education for 1) the intentions of education, 2) the physical nature and places for education, 3) the nature of the students and staff, and 4) the activities of an education centre.
Exam questions from a Philosophy course
Professor Raymond Martin’s list of examination questions from one of his philosophy courses involving the work of Krishnamurti (Study Questions for a course in Contemporary Eastern Philosophy, Spring, 1985). click here to transfer to this page.
Rishi Valley Satellite Schools and Beyond
The remarkable story of the development of the Rishi Valley satellite schools, and how with the involvement of UNICEF, the World Bank, and the European Commission this is being extended into other countries. Click here to read this article.
Various pieces of research on Krishnamurti
with special reference to education
In 1996 Krishnamurti's works were being studied in over 100 American colleges and universities in faculties of philosophy, psychology, religion and education. To list all the research done around Krishnamurti-related education is beyond the scope of the website, but click here
for the mention of a few.
"You have to be educated so that you become a really beautiful, healthy, sane, rational human being, not a brutal man with a very clever brain, who can argue and defend his brutality"
"It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society"