01/01/2006 In Stock
In Stock 01/01/2006 Rudolf Steiner College Press
5.4 X 8.2 in 250 pg
FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS / Life Stages / Adolescence
The community of adults in a high school environment is a community of trust in which we need to foster hope, belief in positive change, and commitment to serve the highest good. This is our charge, and we must never forget it. We have the responsibility to believe in the capacity for change, for maturing, for transformation in every young person we serve. When these qualities live in the soul of the adults in a high school community, adolescents can thrive, can meet their own dark night of the soul and come through it into the light.
Betty Staley has been a Waldorf teacher for more than thirty-five years. She directs the Foundation Year and Waldorf High School programs at Rudolf Steiner College. In addition, she has been active in programs for public school teachers and teachers of At-Risk students there. She founded the Multi-cultural Committee of AWSNA.