Just a few years ago, we celebrated the 100th anniversary of the founding of the very first Waldorf school in the world in September of 1919 as well as the birth of the worldwide Waldorf movement inaugurated by Rudolf Steiner. Today, there are more than 1,090 Waldorf / Steiner schools in 64 countries, and 1,857 Waldorf kindergartens in more than 70 countries, plus Waldorf associations and teacher-training centers for Waldorf educators and Waldorf teachers around the world.
Center & Periphery The Online Newsletter of the Center for Anthroposophy Fall | 2021 In This Issue Dateline Amherst, MA: Feeling Blue Dateline Keene, NH: “Paying Forward” for […]
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When: Oct. 6th, 2021, 3 PM to 5 PM Where: Waldorf School of Cape Cod 22 Tupper Rd. Sandwich, MA What: Are you a teacher or parent interested in earning […]
Center for Anthroposophy, a not-for-profit organization sponsoring adult education programs including the preparation of Waldorf teachers and administrators, is seeking an experienced Registrar and Database Manager to assist with the administrative flow […]
Dear Friends: Over the years, CfA has pioneered a growing number of different programs related to Waldorf education, from introductory courses and teacher preparation to administrative training and ongoing rejuvenation […]
Lauren Morley, one of our Antioch alums and a former member of our Renewal team, reads a fairytale.
Dear Reader, It has been just over a year since news of the Covid-19 virus first began to encircle the world. Beyond its impact on human life and society, this […]
Dear Friends, In November of 1960, six-year-old Ruby Bridges, flanked by a quartet of armed federal marshals, stepped silently through the doors of an all-white school in New Orleans, where […]
October 15, 2020 Dear Waldorf Colleagues, Alums, and Friends, We are delighted to announce that Antioch University has launched an accredited doctoral program for educators! Thanks to recent […]