Required reading for anyone interested in how Steiner education works.
My Life Among the Anthroposophists
by Grégoire Perra
Grégoire Perra got close to the center of the Waldorf/Anthroposophical world.
Now he has written the truth about that strange world —
he has published an excellent memoir of his years as a Waldorf student and, later, teacher.
The original is available, in French, as his blog:
Below is an English translation. It is incomplete and may remain so for a long time, if not permanently.
But I will translate as much as I can as promptly as I can.
I believe that all readers interested in Waldorf education will find Perra’s work enlightening.
Perra encountered Waldorf education and Anthroposophy in France,
which might lead us to suppose that his experiences are unique to that country.
But Waldorf schools — also called Steiner or Steiner-Waldorf schools — are much the same everywhere.
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