High-tech Execs Want Waldorf Education for Their Kids

Although working in the field of high-tech, many Silicon Valley employees send their children to a Waldorf school, where technology is downplayed in favor of hands-on creativity, according to an October 22 story in the New York Times,” A Silicon Valley School That Doesn’t Compute.”

The story highlights the Waldorf School of the Peninsula in Los Altos, California, where physical activity takes precedence over computers. Read the story here.

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