Center for Anthroposophy actively collaborates with the Research Institute for Waldorf Education (RIWE). The Institute is chiefly responsible for the publication twice a year of the Research Bulletin, edited by Elan Leibner, and the management of the Research Institute’s Online Waldorf Library. The Research Institute also fosters research related to Waldorf education and child development, as well as collaborating with other pedagogical research organizations worldwide.
CfA is affiliated with a number of local, regional and national organizations that focus on shared goals and support CfA’s mission:
- Anthroposophical Society in America
- Association of Waldorf Schools of North America (AWSNA)
- Teacher Education Network
- Antioch University New England
- Waldorf World
- Steiner Books
- The eLib
- Pine Hill Waldorf School
- High Mowing School
- Rudolf Steiner Archive
- Alternative Education Resource Organization (AERO)
- Physicians’ Association for Anthroposophic Medicine
- Association for Anthroposophic Medicine & Therapies in America
The association Friends of Waldorf Education supports initiatives worldwide striving to educate children in ways which will enable them to take active part in shaping the future. Founded in 1971, they want to advance Rudolf Steiner’s educational impulses worldwide and, as well, to support all attempts to ensure freedom in education.
The first Waldorf School opened in September 1919 in Stuttgart. Today there are 1063 Waldorf and Rudolf Steiner schools in 60 countries.
For detailed listing of all Waldorf schools worldwide please click on the image below:
There are also 2.000 Waldorf Kindergartens, 600 remedial education institutions, over 100 Teacher Training Centers of Waldorf Education and a large number of social work institutions. More than 200 projects per year in around 70 countries are sponsored and consulted by the Friends of Waldorf Education. They pass every contribution directly to the project without keeping any commission for their administrative work.
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