The curriculum, always in the eye of the hurricane, criticised by many teachers, apparently rigid in many countries and flexible in others. In Germany independent schools have a lot of freedom to develop their own school curriculum. In this interview we talk to Henning Kullak-Ublick, representative of Waldorf German Association and Coordinator of Waldorf100 (https://www.waldorf-100.org/). He tells us that we have to get rid of the idea that politicians know what children need better than the people who are with them every day.
Inspiring conversations are brief interviews with people who are leading the change in education. Some insights from these interviews will be part of the Film “Searching For Superman” for 2021.