Playing Music at School Boosts Academic Achievement

Waldorf schools are known for teaching through the arts, including music. A child’s experience of music at a Waldorf school begins in the early childhood classroom with the many songs sung together as a class. Singing continues through the duration …

The Gift of an Extra Year to Grow

As schools around the world require children to master academic skills at younger ages, a new study by Harvard Medical School researchers has found that the youngest children in their class are more likely to struggle with behavior in the …

El Vuelo de los Ancestros

Return to the ancient path, the roadmap of greatness, the elders call must be obeyed, thoughts of the ancestors is enough, everything is hidden within it. It is the beginning of healing for all of us and our land.Put your …

The Seven Core Principles of Waldorf Education

The Seven Core Principles of Waldorf Education is an exciting, recently published book. The principles were developed over the course of a few years by The Pedagogical Section Council (PSC) to establish the essential aspects that characterize Waldorf education. The …

Waldorf Education: The Gift Is Inside

Watch this video by Zane Bridgers, Waldorf School of Princeton Class of 2005. Those who describe Zane use words like hardworking, dedicated, and multi-talented. This video reveals a bit of that!

Reframing Failure in the Classroom

“Those who take failure not as a first attempt to improve, but instead as a fixed reality, will avoid it at all costs – while those who see failure as a natural part of the learning process and the precursor …

Stanford University Studies Waldorf Education

Stanford University conducted a multi-year, rigorous analysis of Waldorf education and found significantly higher positive student achievement outcomes on standardized state assessments by Waldorf students, greater engagement and significantly lower disciplinary action and truancy. These results held across the subsets of African American, …