The Rudolf Steiner Upper Schools in Denmark have been state accredited for classes 11 and 12, which have hitherto been financially unsupported. This official state recognition also includes the grade and exam free approach that is applied in the Danish Steiner Schools. Crossfields Institute congratulates the students and their parents, the Danish Federation of Steiner Schools and the hard working parent and teachers who worked on this approval process over the last eights years. We are excited that this news will also enable Denmark to continue to engage with the new Erasmus Diploma currently in development with teachers from Norway, Finland, the UK and Denmark, lead by the Steiner Waldorf Schools Fellowship, UK.
As we prepare to go to Oslo for our third transnational Erasmus+ funded 14-19 diploma development meeting involving 50 teachers from Norway, Denmark, Finland and the UK, Meg Rosoff reminds us why we are in business with her words on the power of imagination:
The Education Guardian provided these reflections on the Higher Education white paper. It offers a quick view of what might be coming our way…and what a number of stakeholders think about that: