Respecting Diversity and Finding Unity in a Waldorf School

The following is an article from the section “Reflections on the Art of Teaching” from Waldorf Education: A Family Guide — ‘Respecting Diversity and Finding Unity in a Waldorf School’  by Jeffrey Kane, PhD. 

JEFFREY KANE, PhD, is a professor of education at Long Island University. Prior to his position on the faculty, he served as the university’s senior vice president of academic affairs for sixteen years. His scholarly work focuses largely on the nature of human thinking. A collection of his poems, Life as a Novice, was published by Confrontation Press. In addition to his doctorate in the philosophy of education from New York University, he has a master’s in Waldorf Education and was a middle school class teacher at the Rudolf Steiner School in New York City. 

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