Sycamore Neighborhood Schools is governed by a 5-member Board of Education that gives governance to the district on policy and monetary matters. It presents the individual reflections of three of those who participated: a husband/carer who was a single on the two volunteers who helped run this project, a gentleman with primary progressive MS and a lady with secondary progressive MS. Common to their response were (differently expressed) awareness that this was something far more that treating a disease, and enthusiasm to continue and extend the Conductive Education experience.
I do not know no matter whether the ‘conductive’ came from the US Department of Education or was a slip of the pen (effortlessly completed) of the part of the Huntington Herald-Despatch but, whatever the substantive virtues in the query of little schools versus consolidation, neither position across this divide is surely ‘conductive to education’.
Conductive Education arrived in that country due to parents’ spontaneous establishment of small, neighborhood services run by local CE associations and has achieved its purpose of getting integrated into the state’s educational provision by way of specialist units (staffed jointly by conductors and specific teachers) attached to major schools.
Conductive Education arrived in that planet with a relatively firm linguistic conceptual base, although nearly at after was shot in the foot by adoption of the inexact and confusing catch-all descriptor of ‘Conductive Education’ itself (rather later, in the German-speaking lands, an if anything worse option was made – ‘konduktive Förderung’).
On November 13, 2015, Paris was hit with its worst act of terrorism considering that Planet War II. On Monday, November 16, Sycamore students and employees stood in solidarity with the French by wearing the French colors (blue, white, red), generating a banner for our sister city school in Neuilly- Plaisance, France, and taking a group photo to send to French schools in France and all through the world.