State Recognition for the Yechiel Waldorf School in Israel

October 2017

About ten years ago, a very dedicated couple founded and provided essential financial support for a Waldorf School In the small village of Tal Shahar.

The Friends of Waldorf Education supported the construction of the school buildings with several loans. The school has finally managed to obtain state recognition, so that teacher’s salaries and operating costs are now covered by the state. A great relief, which not only ensures the school’s survival but also makes it possible for the school to extend its facilities and admit more children.

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