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Class of 2016

Class of 2016 Colleges

The Class of 2016 received acceptances to many of the finest universities and colleges, including Duke, Stanford, Bard, Williams, Hopkins, Cornell and Brown.

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Spring Gala 2016

Fly Me to the Steiner Spring Gala 2016 for our Rat Pack Retro Fundraiser. Lots of fun! Luck be a Lady in our Live and Silent Auctions, hip music, and casino royale…

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Video: Kim John Payne Talk

Kim John Payne gave a well received talk about the use of excessive technology in children, which can cause addictive tendencies and impulse control issues.

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Teaching the Whole Child

Carol J. Carter gives an overview of the benefits of the unique relationship between the teachers and students in Waldorf Schools…

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Importance of Free Play

“As government education experts call for toddler literacy, and baby apps proliferate, are we losing sight of materials-based learning?

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Our obsession with STEM

Fareed Zakaria writes in the Washington Post, Why is America obsessed with STEM education? This article deeply resonates with Waldorf Education.

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On Waldorf Humanities

Carol Bärtges, a Rudolf Steiner High School Humanities teacher, discussed The Spiral Curriculum with parents. Based on The Journey In and Journey Out: The Waldorf Elementary and High School Curricula, an article written…

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Finland and Waldorf Education

Why Finland’s Schools are Top-Notch from @CNN was particularly interesting. It draws comparisons to the Finnish and American education systems, comparing and contrasting each system. However, what was even…

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Steve Jobs: Low Tech Parent

We really agreed with this article: Steve Jobs was a Low-Tech Parent from the September 10, 2014 NY Times. The day the iPhone 6 was released, this article validates what the parents at the Rudolf Steiner School believe in…