At Shining Mountain Waldorf School, educating our children continues as faculty and staff deliver the comprehensive, experiential curriculum of Waldorf Education into our students' homes.
As Richmond Waldorf School implements and adapts our curriculum, we continue to develop teaching that is developmentally appropriate, artistically engaging, and academically challenging.
Waldorf School of Palm Beach - We Are All Together
A glimpse into how the WSA community is staying connected during these unusual times. Distance learning "Beyond the Classroom" at The Waldorf School of Atlanta.
The Sanderling Waldorf School is in the news for "offering on campus learning five days a week this fall by taking education outdoors." A Local CBS News affiliate visited the Vista, California campus to learn more.
Educators have a unique opportunity to interrupt the cycles of oppression, break down structural prejudice and shape progress in powerful ways. This can be done through increasing student awareness and modeling change within the classroom, the curriculum, the greater school community and education as an institution. We, like most educators, know that we must do better. But how? Where do we begin?
Waldorf Schools in California, Wisconsin and Ohio have all recently donated to their homeless communities during this trying time of COVID-19.
EduCareDo, a volunteer-run organization, which offers self-directed, distance-learning courses based on the principal ideas of Rudolf Steiner, is offering discounts for parents and teachers for The Foundation Course.
Frederick Douglass on July 5th, 1852, in a speech to the Rochester Ladies' Anti-Slavery Society gave his now-famous speech, “What To The Slave Is Fourth of July?” Listen to a reenactment of his full speech on YouTube compliments of Smithsonian Folkways Recordings.