|Title:||Emil and Berta The Origins of the Waldorf School Movement|
|Categories:||General Waldorf Education, History, About Rudolf Steiner, School Organization, About Anthroposophy|
Sophia Christine Murphy
|Number of pages:||208|
It is 1919, and Europe has been devastated by the First World War. Emil Molt, the managing director of Waldorf-Astoria Cigarette Company in Germany, and his wife Berta wanted to start a school to educate the children of their employees and turned to their friend Rudolf Steiner for guidance. That would be the start of a revolutionary approach to education, now known worldwide as Waldorf education.
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