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News about Waldorf Education, Anthroposophy and You can search the latest news on Waldorf education at Google News: "Waldorf School," "Waldorf Education" and "Anthroposophy"

Monday, February 23, 2004

Waldorf 6th grader Nadejda Stanicoff drew a map that was selected for a state show in Maine.
posted by John 4:34 PM

Monday, February 16, 2004

A sad but heartwarming story about a Waldorf kindergartner that died from lukemia.. It makes me sad thinking about the Waldorf POV that "Serious complications in childhood illness which produce permanent damage or even death are probably deeply founded in the destiny of the person concerned." (Childhood Illness: Waldorf View)
posted by John 2:04 AM

Sunday, February 08, 2004

Some Waldorf kids on Maui are helping to plan a new playground.
posted by John 6:48 AM

"I think there's research that says [knitting] helps release serotonin in the brain," claims a teacher from the Henry Wing School in Massachusetts who was inspired to knit by Waldorf. She fails to mention that Rudolf Steiner says that knitting will also "counteract the process of dental decay."
posted by John 6:45 AM

The Cape Ann Waldorf school is trying to purchase a historic school building.
posted by John 6:30 AM

Thursday, February 05, 2004

I just got quoted in an article by the Houston Press about Waldorf. Don't miss this classic cartoon of a gnome fighting ahriman holding a TV showing pikachu!

posted by John 10:03 AM

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