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Wednesday, June 16, 2004

New local schools forums at OpenWaldorf!  
I've added a "Local Schools" section to the OpenWaldorf forums. There's a message topic for each U.S. Waldorf school. Hopefully this will make it easier for parents to share their experiences at their own schools, and to participate more fully in their kids' Waldorf education. We've allready got our first post up for Highland Hall Waldorf School in Northridge, CA!
posted by John 8:06 AM


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