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In the teachings on education of Sri Aurobindo and especially those of his co-worker The Mother, Integral Education is the philosophy and practice of education for the whole child: body, emotions, mind, soul, and spirit,. There are several institutions that attempt to use their teachings to inform educational methodology. These include the Sri Aurobindo International Centre of Education, and The Mother's International School.
Ken Wilber's Integral University, a part of the Integral Institute, is a set of programs offered at established schools such as John F. Kennedy University and Fielding Graduate University. Sean Esbjörn-Hargens, whose work uses Wilber's ideas, has written about integral education.
Literary figure William Irwin Thompson and mathematician Ralph Abraham, whose ideas about the evolution of consciousness are influenced by, among others, Sri Aurobindo and The Mother, designed a curriculum for the private K-12 Ross School in East Hampton, New York and the Ross Global Academy in New York City. Thompson wrote an essay in 1998 entitled "Cultural History and the Ethos of the Ross School". Thompson had also founded the Lindisfarne Association in 1972.
A humble approach has been sought out by the members of Sri Aurobindo Society, Singapore, in the form of the integral Enrichment program. The program aims to inculcate in children and parents the appreciation for the five aspects of education outlined by The Mother - the physical, vital, mental, psychic and spiritual.
 See also
- Integral Education Center
- Saybrook Graduate School and Research Center
- Waldorf education
-  Next Step Integral's Integral Education Seminar
- Collected Works of the Mother, Volume 12 - On Education, Sri Aurobindo Ashram Press, Pondicherry
- Sri Aurobindo and the Mother on Education, Sri Aurobindo Ashram Press, Pondicherry, 1986
- Ulansey, David. (2001). The Early History of the California Institute of Integral Studies.
- Esbjörn-Hargens, S. (2006). “Integral Education By Design: How Integral Theory Informs Teaching, Learning, and Curriculum in a Graduate Program” in ReVision 28 (3), p. 21-29
- Esbjörn-Hargens, S.; Reams, J.; Gunnlaugson, O. (ed.), Integral education: new directions for higher learning. SUNY Press, 2010. ISBN 978-1-4384-3348-6
- Sri Aurobindo Society, Singapore. Website.
- ' "Sri Aurobindo Society, Singapore blog"
 Further reading
- Raghunath Pani, Integral Education: Thought and Practice 1987 Ashish Pub. House ISBN 81-7024-156-1 Comprehensive study on the new approach of the education policy of the Government of India, in comparison with the integral education of Aurobindo Ghose, 1872–1950
- Indra Sen, Integral Education: In the Words of Sri Aurobindo and the Mother 1952, Sri Aurobindo International University Centre
- Sri Aurobindo Institute of Research in Social Sciences, Integral Education Series: A New Approach to Education. Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Society, 1996.