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Wesleyan University's President on the Real Task of Liberal Education

This wonderful piece by Michael S. Roth, from last Spring in The New York Times, reminds us of the importance of an open mind, curiosity, and engagement: all traits that are cultivated in Waldorf Education.

Waldorf Education in Today's New York Times

Take a look at this Room for Debate piece in The New York Times that includes Beverly Amico, Leader of Outreach and Development for AWSNA, the Association of Waldorf Schools of North America.

Best, Brightest and Rejected: Elite Colleges Turn Away Up to 95%

We'll be posting our college acceptance list for the Class of 2014 soon, but we thought this article from The New York Times was excellent food for thought.

The Documented Life

As we prepare for winter break and time with family, let's consider this opinion piece by Dr. Sherry Turkle of MIT, from The New York Times.

One of the best quotes: "It is not too late to reclaim our composure. I see the most hope in young people who have grown up with this technology and begin to see its cost. They respond when adults provide them with sacred spaces (the kitchen, the family room, the car) as device-free zones to reclaim conversation and self-reflection."

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