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Education and Our Human Future


by Alan Howard - 1980

The humanistic, moral, and essentially religious (re-ligare: to tie together) nature of education is examined to answer the questions: What are we educating for? And what kind of community are we trying to create through education? (Source: ERIC)


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 81 Number 3, 1980, p. 337-344
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 1028, Date Accessed: 7/18/2019 11:41:07 AM

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  • Alan Howard
    Vancouver, Canada
    Alan Howard was educated at the University of Bristol, England, and for more than twenty years was class teacher in Michael House, Waldorf School in Ilkeston, England. In 1968 he emigrated to Canada to help found and serve as chairman of the first Waldorf School in Canada at Toronto. He was also editor of Child and Man, the English journal of Waldorf education, co-editor and contributor to the American journal of Waldorf education Education as an Art, and was for some years a correspondent to The Times Educational Supplement. Now retired from teaching he continues to lecture and conduct seminars in America and Canada on Waldorf education.
 
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