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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"

Wednesday, March 31, 2004

A story about a Cambodian girl who was born with a disease called arthrogryposis who was discarded by her parents, and adopted by Americans. She is now a class 3 Waldorf student. The author says that it is "very bad karma for a family to have a child born deformed or disabled." I wonder if the author is aware of Waldorf's teachings on Karma?
posted by John 7:07 AM

Sunday, March 28, 2004

A 13-year-old Waldorf student from New Hampshire won the state spelling bee.
posted by John 7:01 AM

Friday, March 26, 2004

Here's a favorable PR piece on the Meadowbrook Waldorf School.
posted by John 9:20 AM

Thursday, March 25, 2004

A public Waldorf charter school was approve in Lagunitas, CA. (Lagunitas is near Point Reyes National Seashore)
posted by John 10:37 AM

Santa Barbara Waldorf School purchased its current site for $4 million. They've been in this facility for 20 years. (Scroll down for story.)
posted by John 9:19 AM

Wednesday, March 24, 2004

The Philadelphia Children's School believes in teaching the head and hands. "All these seemingly peculiar notions make the school a Waldorf school, the only one in Philadelphia," said the author.
posted by John 9:18 AM

Thursday, March 18, 2004

The Waldorf School of the Finger Lakes got approval to build a new agicultural school in New York.
posted by John 10:33 AM

Sunday, March 14, 2004

The Santa Cruz Waldorf School is sealing a time capsule into the cornerstone of their new building.
posted by John 10:32 AM

Monday, March 08, 2004

Kimberton Waldorf School, "one of the wealthiest Waldorf schools in the country is having financial problems. "Some parents accuse the school of not acting responsibly and not considering the interest of the school's future."
posted by John 10:26 AM

Friday, March 05, 2004

Correction: OpenWaldorf has been contacted by a parent of the school who informs us that the structure is on dry land, and is not floating in water.

A third-grade Waldorf class in Rhode Island built their own floating playground designed like a viking ship.

posted by John 9:18 AM

Thursday, March 04, 2004

The Santa Barbara Waldorf School is purchasing the site they've been using for twenty years. (Scroll down for story.)
posted by John 9:08 AM

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