A statement that I have read several times recently has turned up again today:
It says that there are thirty-six "conductive schools" in America and twenty-two "in the rest of the world".
Figures and facts
What does this actually mean? Are there really thirty-two conductive centres in America that are schools? Or does this number include centres that offer conductive courses or visits to homes outside children's schooling?
There are well over twenty-two centres in Germany, some offering more, some offering less. There are very few schools as such, if any. There are conductors working alongside teachers in schools, there are after-school-care provisions, like our own in Nürnberg, paid for by the local council, that are conductive, but I struggle to think of one actual school.
Are really there thirty-two schools in America? It would be interesting to know what a school is as described in this article. Is it a conductive centre that is officially providing the legal schooling requirements for a child of school age, or does it mean that a centre is providing extra-curricular conductive courses? Or what?
I am sure there are many conductors over the water in the Americas who could clarify this.
Good luck to you whether in schools or conductive centres, with promoting the cause during the North American CE Awareness Day, on 24th February, and of course at all other times. But do please make sure that you get right what you say.