Question: If we implement integral education and need to seat ten to twenty thousand people on the school bench at the same time, does this mean that we need a huge number of organizers?
Answer: I don’t think that it will be possible to make the population sit on the school bench with the help of organizers. We must prepare very broad introductory materials relative to what we are about to do in a town in order to awaken social interest in the public, both financial and ethically. This means showing them the benefit of their taking courses in integral learning and even in passing the exams.
We must introduce encouragements such as certificates or diplomas so that people will have an incentive to advance. Parents should be encouraged through their children by children being proud of their parents’ involvement with integral education, and, of course the opposite, that parents would feel moral damage if they don’t participate in the process of integration.
From a “Talk on Integral Education” #23, 03/03/12