The first Waldorf school was founded in Stuttgart in 1919. Today, there are over 1,100 Waldorf schools and almost 2,000 Waldorf kindergartens in some 80 countries around the globe. We are making our centennial an occasion to further develop Waldorf education for contemporary times – and focus more consciously on its global dimensions – with many exciting projects on all continents. Keep your ears and eyes open, and be part of the movement: 100 years is just the beginning!

Waldorf 100 – The Film (Part 1)

“Learn to Change the World” is the first in a series of short films produced on the occasion of the centenary of Waldorf Education. The films are made under the direction of the award-winning Californian documentary filmmaker Paul Zehrer. This short examines educators from around the world, whose focus is the significant pedagogical tasks rooted in Steiner/Waldorf principles.

Waldorf 100 – The Film (Part 2)

The second film spotlights encounter, engagement and inclusion: an individual way to seek the truth. One focus is encounters across social, religious and ethnic barriers, as exemplified by the Oakland Community School for Creative Education in California, a Jewish-Arabic Kindergarten in Israel and the Parzival School Center in Karlsruhe, Germany.

Waldorf 100 – The Film (Part 3)

“Becoming” is the third film in the Waldorf 100 series. It provides an insight into the inclusive diversity of Waldorf education under the most diverse cultural, social, religious and economic conditions around the globe.

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