What is Waldorf
Great School Voices: A Watchdog on Quality and Equality with an Eye on Oakland, California,
See how a Waldorf School in Oakland Embraces the Head, the Heart and the Hand to Help All Kinds of Children
Dirk Tillitson, June 2017
Great School Voices: A Watchdog on Quality and Equality with an Eye on Oakland, California, June 2018
Solving the Shortage of Flatlands Teachers One School at a Time: Mills, CSCE and a New Waldorf Teaching Credential Program
DirkTillitson, June 2018
The Whole Child and Urban Education - A Waldorf Perspective: A Conversation with Ida Oberman
Educators adopt—and adapt—this developmental, arts-rich approach
by LAURA PAPPANO
The student featured here is Community School student Justin Navarro. He was a rising kindergartener at the time of this photo. He is now an ARISE High School Oakland 9th Grader and proud graduate of Community School.
Stanford Center for Opportunity Policy in Education article by Diane Friedlaender, Kyle Beckham, Xinhua Zheng, and Linda Darling-Hammon
Science In Middle School
Conway Daily Sun article by Holly Fortin - 2/3/12 , p 22-23
Harvard Education Letter article by Laura Pappano - Nov/Dec 2011 Download the Article here. [PDF]
The student currently featured here is Community School student Justin Navarro. He was a rising kindergartener at the time of this photo. He is now entering the 4th grade here at The Community School.
The Waldorf Way: Silicon Valley school eschews technology
The Daily Nightly on msnbc.com by Rehema Ellis - 11/30/11 Download the Article here. [PDF]
Preschool Tests Take Time Away from Play—and Learning
Scientific American article by Paul Tullis - 11/2/11 Download the Article here. [PDF]
Thank You for Making Those Socks!
Huffington Post article by Elisa (EJ) Sobo - 8/7/12
2012 Recipients of Herbst Foundation Award for Teaching Excellence
SF Gate article/PR Web - 5/14/12
High-tech vs. no-tech: D.C. area schools take opposite approaches to education
Washington Post article - 5/12/12
The Techno-Savvy Favor a Non-Tech Education, at Least For Their Kids
Huffington Post article by John M. Eger - 2/22/12
The Varsity article by Jonathan Gass - 1/29/12
NY Times article by Perri Klass, M.D. - 9/10/12
The Importance of Child's Play
Wall Street Journal article by Lenore Skenazy - 1/27/12
If We Don't Let Our Children Play, Who Will Be the Next Steve Jobs?
Huffington Post article by Darell Hammond - 10/20/11
Students will be considered for admission without regard to ethnicity, national origin, gender, disability, or achievement level. The CSCE will strive to meet the district % of sub-group representations. The Community School for Creative Education will be non-sectarian in its programs, admission policies, employment practices, and all other operations, and will not charge tuition nor discriminate against any student based on ethnicity, national origin, gender, or disability. The Community School for Creative Education is open to all students in the state of California who wish to attend the school.
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