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“Waldorf education has been an important model of holistic education for almost a century. It is one of the very few forms of education that acknowledges the soul-life of children and nurtures that life. It is truly an education for the whole child and will continue to be an important model of education as we move into the 21st century.”
— Jack Miller, Professor, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, The University of Toronto
“The importance of storytelling, of the natural rhythms of daily life, of the evolutionary changes in the child, of art as the necessary underpinning of learning, and of the aesthetic environment as a whole – all basic to Waldorf education for the past 70 years – are being “discovered” and verified by researchers unconnected to the Waldorf movement.”
— Paul Bayers, Professor at Teachers College, Columbia University
“The beauty of the Waldorf school is that it is designed entirely to keep children intact until they are ready to move out into the world as whole individuals.”
— Joseph Chilton Pearce, Author: “The Magical Child”, “The Crack in the Cosmic Egg”.
“If I had a child of school age, I would send him to one of the Waldorf Schools.”
— Saul Bellow (1915-2005), 1976 Nobel Literature Laureate
“The advent of the Waldorf Schools was in my opinion the greatest contribution to world peace and understanding of the century.”
— Willy Brandt, former Chancellor of West Germany. Former Waldorf parent, 1971 Nobel Peace Prize Laureate
“Being personally acquainted with a number of Waldorf students, I can say that they come closer to realizing their own potential than practically anyone I know.”
— Joseph Weizenbaum, Professor (now emeritus), MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), author of “Computer Power and Human Reason”
“We love Waldorf kids. We reject some students with 1600s on their SATs and accept others based on other factors, like the creative ability Waldorf students demonstrate.”
— Donna Badrig, Associate Director of Undergraduate Admissions for Columbia University USA
“Waldorf education enables young people to be in love with the world as the world should be loved.”
— Marjorie Spock, Author: “Teaching as a lively art”