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Domestic Report : France

March 8th, 2017 | by De Haas

Brief History: The first Waldorf school in France started in Strasbourg in 1947. Later, in the 50s, the Paris school

Domestic Report: Sweden

December 13th, 2016 | by De Haas

Waldorfskolefederationen started in the 80ies. Today most schools are members of the Swedish federation (Waldorfskolefederationen). In the early 90ies the

Domestic report: Germany

April 20th, 2015 | by ECSWE

General situation/statistics Schools: 234 Types of schools: Regular Waldorf schools, having round about 450 – 500 pupils in 13 grades

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  • ECSWE Newsletter 49, May 2017

    In this volume:
    • - Waldorf100 movie and website;
    • - Advocacy update: Lobbying for a human-centred education;
    • - ECSWE Council meeting, Solymár, Hungary, January 2017;
    • - WOW-Day: The commitment of Waldorf students makes a difference;
    • - Domestic reports: from France and the Czech Republic;
  • Waldorf100-Film

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