Whither Waldorf?

November 2019

Special issue about the future of Waldorf education. Translated for our english readers.

It is not that easy to break away from history, tradition and habit and to get a clear view of a development that lies in the future. In this respect, thoughts about a possible future for the Waldorf school movement do not differ from those about the possible future for our children: we do not know what the future will bring us through either.

And yet it is possible to develop an idea of where this journey will lead if one understands human consciousness as a confluence of ideas formed in the past and impulses of will coming from the future ...

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