Waldorf education in an inner-city public school

@article{Mcdermott1996WaldorfEI,
  title={Waldorf education in an inner-city public school},
  author={R. Mcdermott and M. E. Henry and Cynthia B. Dillard and Pauline Byers and F. Easton and I. Oberman and Bruce Uhrmacher},
  journal={The Urban Review},
  year={1996},
  volume={28},
  pages={119-140}
}
In 1991, the first public Waldorf school was opened in the inner city of Milwaukee. Based on a week of observations by the authors, this article reports the significant achievements of the school. In classrooms, we observed mostly whole-class lessons well structured around the natural rhythms of body movement, language, and social interaction; most of the children were constantly engaged with the curriculum. Misbehavior was handled directly and lovingly. The children performed remarkably well… Expand
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