International

Ausgabe 12/23

Improvisation as a survival strategy

France has a different school system to Germany. There are only 14 Waldorf schools there, which either have to comply with strict state regulations and thus weaken their Waldorf profile, or alternatively are financed exclusively by parental fees. In Sorgues in the south of France, the teachers earn very little but need a lot of talent for improvisation and idealism. Our author describes here why she still enjoys being a teacher there.

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Experiencing is Being – Moving is Becoming

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Networking across Europe of Steiner Waldorf Parents

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"I have found my path!": Luong Phan from Vietnam

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"Becoming a class teacher? The idea gives me a lift!": Marelle Tann from Estonia

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A White World in a Brown Country: Esteban Casati from Argentina

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Survival. Waldorf in Ukraine

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A place of learning in the Tuscan hills

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Resilience on the Edge of the City

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Waldorf Education in the Jungle

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How School can Contribute to More Humanity

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