An essay by Kevin Avison, Steiner Waldorf Schools Fellowship, UK
In this essay Avison discusses the art of Waldorf education and the importance of supporting the educational process with a community that understands and nurtures quality. He describes how, when quality is lacking, schools frequently turn to increased policies and regulations which often puts further stress on those responsible for quality. The key to health is the ongoing establishment of collaborative accountability and shared commitment and responsibility for quality in all aspects of the school.
QUALITY QUESTIONS STEINER WALDORF SCHOOLS FELLOWSHIP Click here to view or download
Other artices and essays by Kevin Avison can be found at the Steiner Waldorf School Fellowship UK website, at the SWSF blog http://swasviews.blogspot.