April 8, 2014 at 3:30 pm #1960Michael SouléKeymaster
This month’s newsletter focuses on the theme of Sustainability and explores the question, “How can our schools become more sustainable in an economic environment that is growing more competitive and uncertain?” The lead article is a survey of the question and the second article, Seven Keys to Sustainability, outlines areas that require everyone’s attention as we move forward in planning for and responding to the future.
There are a lot of resources available on this important topic. We have included a few in the newsletter that we feel are informative and creative aspects of the whole. Below, we are sharing a list of the other related resources we have added to our resource library. We hope you find them useful and inspiring.
The Genius of Money, John Bloom
Associative Economics, Gary Lamb
Freeing the Circling Stars, Christopher Houghton Budd
Economic Explorations, David Mitchell et al
Freeing the Human Spirit, Michael Spence
National School Choice Report for 2013
School Choice and Educational Freedom 2009, Gary Lamb
Waldorf Fundraising 101, AWSNA
The Three Kinds of Money, Warren Ashe
The Benefits and Challenges of Government Funding for Australian Schools, Tracey Puckeridge
Waldorf School Funding, from the Social Mission of Waldorf Education, Gary Lamb
Accessible Tuition for All, a review by Barbara Henderson
Accessible Tuition for All Primer, Bob Munson and Mary Roscoe
Underlying Themes in the Economics of Waldorf Schools, Werner Glas
Intimations of a New Economy, John Bloom
Waldorf Tuition: Gift or investment or Something In-between, by George Eastman
Three Tier Tuition Model of Brooklyn Waldorf School
Economics and Social Initiatives, interview with John Bloom and Martin Large from the film “The Challenge of Rudolf Steiner”
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