The Essentials of Education

Rudolf Steiner


Karl Stockmeyer, a founding teacher of the first Waldorf School, wrote of these April 1924 lectures: “Seventeen hundred people listened to him, and the prolonged, generous applause from this great crowd at the end of every lecture was deeply moving; while at the end of the last lecture the applause became an ovation that seemed as if it would never end.”

The Essentials of Education, together with its companion The Roots of Education (given 3 days later), present a remarkable synthesis of Waldorf Education for teachers, parents, and anyone interested in education. This is one of my favorite books about Waldorf Education.

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