The Social Mission of Waldorf Education: Independent, Privately Funded, Accessible to All (AWSNA Pub

by Gary Lamb

Paperback, 2004




Association of Waldorf Schools (2004), 133 pages


The history of educational reform tells a tale of increasing control of the federal government over educational goals and requirements. This has been accomplished in collaboration with the technology industries leading to an imagination in education devoid of soul and spirit. Gary Lamb outlines here a vision for education that promotes freedom of parents to develop the values for their families they wish and freedom of parents to choose the education they wish for their children. The book is a short, concise description of the history of American education as well as an outline for future success and diminished restriction toward educational freedom.


Physical description

133 p.; 8.2 inches

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