2013-2014 School Survey Data
Some information about this spreadsheet of survey data:
1. You can download the spreadsheet and manipulate the data on your version.
2. The master copy will remain available on the website.
3. The sheet is stored in Excel 2013.
4. There are separate colored tabs at the bottom of the page for each 'part' of the survey.
5. Each sheet is sorted by school name and has the column filters turned on.
6. The sheet is laid out to maximize on-line manipulation. It is not formatted for printing.
7. The columns are frozen on the column titles, and the rows are frozen for school name and region.
If you have feedback on how this data can be provided in future surveys, please send your thoughts and ideas to David Owen-Cruise, Leader of Administration at email@example.com.
Introduction to Effective Practices
This project seeks to identify and share effective practices and ideas from member schools of the Association. We hope you will find this resource useful and easy to use. Our intention is that it will offer a starting point for your community’s healthy development and growth. Nothing should be construed as the only solution to Waldorf School operations nor as model policy. We hope that schools will take the following to heart:
In the world things exist and things become, but only what is in the process of becoming is alive; what is already in existence is always dead. What is in existence is the corpse of what was becoming... What people want today is to attain as quickly as possible a complete and finished view of the world. Much of what comes to expression as inner disturbances and dissatisfaction will be alleviated only when, instead of demanding finished truths, our interest awakens for participation in the coming-into-being of truth. Certainly truths must be clearly defined, but what is expressed in finished concepts always refers to something that belongs to the past. However, the truths deposited, as it were, by the past we can absorb; by so doing they live in us, and we can in this way participate in truth.
Aspects of Human Evolution
1917 Rudolf Steiner p. 160
Communities using this resource are encouraged to consider these offerings, but not to take them dogmatically. We strongly encourage you to explore and consider other possibilities, and to keep us informed of your successes. It is also our intention that this resource itself undergo continual transformation and stays dedicated to the becoming in each school. We therefore expect you to offer other inspirations, suggestions, opposing viewpoints, and sample documents that can be shared more widely with the Waldorf community. We welcome your contributions!
For more information to help support this work, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org