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Does Waldorf education prepare children for the “real” world; and if so, how?

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Does Waldorf education prepare children for the “real” world; and if so, how?

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Price (2003) notes that it is easy to fall into the error of believing that education must make our children fit into society. Although we are certainly influenced by what the world brings us, the fact is that the world is shaped by people, not people by the world. However, that shaping of the world is possible in a healthy way only if the shapers are themselves in possession of their full nature as human beings.

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