Teachers are responsible for the nature and quality of the activities and character of students. For they impress the youth by their scholarship and leadership. So they must keep clear of selfish aggrandisement and political manoeuvring and have spiritual enlightenment alone as their ideal in life. The members of the teaching staff must move among themselves as brothers. Students become aware of differences and rivalries between their teachers. Of course, differences are inevitable and may even be useful. But they should not pollute mutual relations, hinder the progress of the institution and affect adversely the processes of teaching and learning. In these fields, they must consult each other and co-operate with others.
Global Overview Sri Sathya Sai Education online
For the first time in publication by the Sathya Sai Organization, the full panorama of the richness of Sathya Sai Education programs across the world is now contained in a comprehensive Global Overview published by the Sri Sathya Sai World Foundation. The volume includes the history of Sathya Sai Education, philosophy, program descriptions, quality assurance, accomplishments, international cooperation projects, key priorities of the SSSWF in Sathya Sai Education, and future perspectives. Sathya Sai Education programs in 95 countries—including India —are described. These include Sathya Sai Schools, Institutes of Sathya Sai Education, Sai Spiritual Education (or Bal Vikas in India), Sathya Sai Education in Human Values, and an inspiring chapter on the “crest jewel” of Sathya Sai Education, the Sri Sathya Sai University with its three campuses in Anantapur, Brindavan, and Prasanthi Nilayam.