Waldorf Resources

Many web sites and organizations exist on the World Wide Web regarding Waldorf education and Rudolf Steiner’s philosophy:

Why Waldorf Works / Association of Waldorf Schools of North America (AWSNA)

AWSNA was founded in 1979 to assist Waldorf schools and institutes in working together to nurture Waldorf Education so that it can manifest more widely in the world. Now, there are more than 200 affiliated schools and institutes on the North American continent.

Waldorf Early Childhood Association of North America

WECAN’s mission is to nurture the work with young children from pre-birth to age seven, based on an understanding of the healthy development of the child in body, soul and spirit. Our goal is to protect and nurture childhood as the foundation for a truly human culture in the future.

The Alliance For Childhood

The Alliance for Childhood promotes policies and practices that support children’s healthy development, love of learning, and joy in living. Our public education campaigns bring to light both the promise and the vulnerability of childhood. We act for the sake of the children themselves and for a more just, democratic, and ecologically responsible future.

Online Waldorf Library

A comprehensive collection of curricular resources to aid the Waldorf educator.

Waldorf Answers

A site dedicated to providing in depth answers about Waldorf education for parents and prospective parents. This site also serves to clear up some of the misconceptions that may exist about Waldorf education.

Bob and Nancy’s Services

The largest English language web site for information on Waldorf Schools and Anthroposophy.

Rudolf Steiner Foundation

An innovative financial services organization that incorporates spirit in its loan, gift, grant and advisory services programs.

Council for American Private Education

CAPE is the primary advocate for American private K-12 education. Based in Washington, D.C., with organizations in most states, CAPE strengthens the nation’s educational system (by working with parents, educators, and legislators* )to preserve educational pluralism and ensure that parents have a choice in the schooling of their children.

Camphill Association of America

Information about special needs education inspired by Rudolf Steiner – includes links to Camphill Communities in America.


Distributor of Waldorf school supplies.

Waldorf House Exchange

A service helping to connect Waldorf families wishing to exchange homes for vacations.

Eugene Schwartz and The Millennial Child

A master Waldorf teacher now consultant in the Waldorf and public sector writes on his web site: “We hope to serve as a contemporary resource for people interested in educating children in the twenty-first century. Our foundation rests on Waldorf education, and we enthusiastically acknowledge that the Waldorf method is based on Anthroposophy, a worldview promulgated by Rudolf Steiner. Rather than proscribing narrow limits to the scope of this web site, Steiner’s approach serves as a springboard for understanding and embracing all that serves the true needs of the modern child.”

Kim John Payne, MEd. and Simplicity Parenting

Kim Payne is an Australian who has for 20 years worked as a counselor, adult educator, consultant/researcher and educator. He consults widely in Waldorf and public schools. He has helped children, adolescents and families explore issues such as social difficulties with siblings and classmates, attention and behavioral issues at home and school, emotional issues such as defiance, aggression, addiction and self-esteem and the vital role living a balanced simple life brings.