At the end of the WW1 all the structures values and self-confidence that created what seemed the greatness of the 19th century disappeared. In its place stood only ruins, the shards of civilisation. Responding to this, Emil Molt (director of the Waldorf Astoria Company and a student to Rudolf Steiner) decided to found a school to educate human beings capable of creating a new culture, tp which Rudolf Steiner agreed to act as a Consultant. Thus the Waldorf School movement, now with over 900 schools worldwide, was born.
Author: Rudolf Steiner
Publisher: Waldorf Publications
Suitable for: Mainly for Teachers
Language: English from German