Republican Academies

Rudolf Steiner on self-management, experiential study and self-education in the life of a college of teachers

Francis Gladstone

Softbound booklet


Republican Academies is a collection of Rudolf Steiner’s insights for Waldorf schools on self-management, experiential study, self-education, and cooperative working. The book includes extensive excerpts from Steiner’s speeches and writings and explores his views on college life (the full faculty of teachers in a school), outlining some of the history and development of the Waldorf philosophy throughout the beginning of the twentieth century.

Steiner’s practical experiment in “republican self-management” at the Stuttgart Waldorf School now has its legacy in more than a thousand Waldorf-inspired schools around the world.

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