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November 2017

Waldorf School of Cuernavaca must purchase school building

One of the oldest Waldorf schools in Mexico is located in the city of Cuernavaca, nestled in the highlands of Morelos. In this country, struck by both earthquakes and social turmoil, the number of Waldorf schools is constantly on the rise. Stable places for children are certainly needed!

Just like the Waldorf School of Mexico City, the roots of which are to be found in the German Waldorf movement, the Waldorf School of Cuernavaca bases its work in the city on progressive teaching ideas and is in close contact with the Waldorf movement of the USA.

For a long time, the school has been using a campus on a plateau in the middle of a mountain slope, where simple houses and a few barracks sit among tall trees. Cuernavaca is very important for the Mexican Waldorf Movement, because it is there that the on-the-job teacher training takes place, which is frequented by a many aspiring school and kindergarten teachers. And now the school faces a major challenge: they have to purchase the premises or leave. They cannot succeed in this task without help from outside.

Nana Goebel

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