Center for Global Integrated Education, Inc. is a non-profit organization whose mission is: to develop, support, and promote integrated educational programs and materials; to foster the development of full human potential; encourage the preservation of global natural resources; and inspire the creation of unity among diverse peoples of the world.
We are inspired by many of the world’s spiritual luminaries and educators who taught us that human nature is fundamentally spiritual and that spiritual principles, which resonate with the human soul, provide an enormous motivational power for change and progress.
Who Are We?
We are a group of educators, environmental scientists, physical and mental health professionals, lawyers, and parents who are inspired by the conspicuous need to restructure educational systems around the world. We are dedicated to addressing these fundamental needs through establishment of a global non-profit organization.
Stories for Social Justice & Community Building & Workbook Material
As a parent, a community builder, and psychotherapist, I have been enchanted with the story of birth song for many years and I have shared it with my clients and trainees. The story has been specially appealing to me due to my own personal history as a Baha’i parent and grand parent and community member. ...
Have you Ever Told A Story?
PEP students are learning that telling stories are hard but a powerful art for connecting and conducting meaningful social discourse. The phenomenon of telling and listening to stories is as old as the history of civilization. The great civilizers of humanity; its divine teachers have used storytelling to educate and transform human reality. The stories ...
Concluding the Third Year of PEP
The journey of serving students of Palomares Academy of Health Sciences has had many chapters. The Palomares Empowerment Program (PEP), has been most unique in the sense of being designed to answer the needs of the students in each session. The experience of designing the program and implementing it has been most rewarding and ...
Story of Hot Dog Wishes and Can We Change Our Story?
Stories are powerful tools for teaching students the constructive and destructive power of wishes. The warm response of the students, tells me a great deal about the transforming nature of story. I am so grateful to share this video with friends and colleagues in all corners of the world. The presentation demonstrates integration of psychology and spiritual laws ...
Here is What Happens When Two Dozen High school Students Meet Weekly With PEP
PEP is the acronym for Palomares Empowerment Program. Forget about the regular classroom and routine of high school classrooms. This is the Empowerment team and when they welcome you in, light bulbs goes on. Vice principal Davis peeks in and gazes at deeply engaged 10th and 11th graders in a large circle with the members ...
Concert in Support of Human Rights Baha’i
Concert for Human Rights in Iran Presenting Duo Celliola Cynthia Fogg, viola Tom Flaherty, cello Performing an array of rousing duos and solos, from Rick Lesemann’s beautiful, haunting, “Elegy for the Rest of Us” to Evan Chambers’s wonderful lament/blues/toe tapping folk romp, “Fisherstreet Duo” Tom Flaherty’s “Glass” for solo cello and, and Perry Goldstein’s “Wonderous ...