Alumni Highlights, December 2, 2020

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Our third “Alumni Highlights” webinar featured two graduates who work in the fields of “UX” or User Experience and Information Sciences. The conversation with Ren Pope ’83 and Stefan Klocek ’93 provided a fascinating look into these careers. They also spoke of the impact and opportunity of their Waldorf education …

Alumni Highlights, November 4, 2020

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Our second “Alumni Highlights” webinar on November 4, 2020 featured Mosie Boyd, a Class of 1987 graduate who has devoted her life to politics, activism and getting women elected. Faculty emeritus Betty Staley facilitated our conversation with Mosie. It was a fascinating discussion to have in the midst of our national election.  Watch …

Diversity & Inclusion: Overused and Undervalued

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By Tabor Martinsen, SWS Alum (2011) and Recruiter and Diversity Program Specialist for Facebook As a Waldorf Alum, I was greatly influenced by Waldorf’s diverse curriculum. After transferring from a public school in fourth grade, I remember being completely enthralled by Waldorf’s inclusive curricular approach to learning about the genesis …

Why Waldorf’s Educational Approach Prepares Students for STEM Strength, and Lifelong Success

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By Paul de Gennaro When our children were little, we felt that we had some sense of what their capabilities and skills were, which led us to choose an educational environment that would best foster their growth. We felt these were the most important parts of parenting: knowing who your child is, how they learn, how they experience the world, and how to support …