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Advocacy

What we work for

age-appropriate media education

Digital media in education? Yes, just age-appropriate!

MEDIA EDUCATION
diversity in assessment

Diversity in assessment: less standardisation, more personalisation

DIVERSITY IN ASSESSMENT

Advocacy

What we work for

Digital Media Education

Dig­i­tal media in edu­ca­tion? Yes, just age-appropriate!

MEDIA EDUCATION
diversity in assessment

Diver­si­ty in assess­ment: less stan­dard­i­s­a­tion, more personalisation

DIVERSITY IN ASSESSMENT

Steiner Waldorf education in Europe

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178,500 pupils

Some 178,500 pupils are enrolled in Wal­dorf schools across ECSWE mem­ber coun­tries. Most are in pri­ma­ry and low­er sec­ondary education.

124,000 families

Around 124,000 fam­i­lies in Europe send their chil­dren to a Wal­dorf school. Most of them live in Ger­many and the Netherlands.

16,700 teachers

Approx­i­mate­ly 16,700 teach­ers cur­rent­ly work in Euro­pean Wal­dorf schools, most of which cov­er pri­ma­ry and low­er sec­ondary education.

775 schools

There are 775 Wal­dorf schools in Europe; 324 include upper sec­ondary lev­el, deliv­er­ing the Stein­er Wal­dorf cur­ricu­lum from start to finish.

1,300 kindergartens

There are 1,290 kinder­gartens and day care cen­tres across ECSWE mem­ber coun­tries. They are rep­re­sent­ed by our part­ner, IASWECE.

102 teacher trainings

There are 102 teacher train­ings in ECSWE mem­ber coun­tries. 38 offer full-time teacher train­ing, 60 offer part-time teacher train­ing, and 4 offer both.
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Steiner Waldorf education in Europe

See who we represent

Some 178,500 pupils are enrolled in Wal­dorf schools in ECSWE mem­ber coun­tries. Most are in pri­ma­ry and low­er sec­ondary education.

There are 775 Wal­dorf schools in Europe; 324 include upper sec­ondary lev­el, deliv­er­ing the Stein­er Wal­dorf cur­ricu­lum from start to finish.

Around 124,000 fam­i­lies in Europe send their chil­dren to a Wal­dorf school. Most of them live in Ger­many and the Netherlands.
Approx­i­mate­ly 16,700 teach­ers are cur­rent­ly work­ing in Euro­pean Wal­dorf schools, most of which cov­er pri­ma­ry and low­er sec­ondary education.
There are 1,300 kinder­gartens and day care cen­tres across ECSWE mem­ber coun­tries. They are most­ly rep­re­sent­ed by our part­ner, IASWECE.
There are 102 teacher train­ings in ECSWE mem­ber coun­tries. 38 offer full-time teacher train­ing, 60 offer part-time teacher train­ing, and 4 offer both.
Key num­bers

27 member associations in 28 countries

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Armenia
Austria
Belgium
Croatia
Czech Republic
Sweden
Estonia
Finland
France
Germany
Hungary
Ireland
Italy
Latvia
Lithuania
Luxembourg
Netherlands
Norway
Poland
Portugal
Russia
Slovakia
Slovenia
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Ukraine
United Kingdom

ECSWE is an umbrella organisation representing
27 members with schools in 28 countries.

Mem­ber Organisations

27 member associations in 28 countries

Meet our members

Frans Ebskamp, Treasurer

ECSWE is an umbrel­la organ­i­sa­tion rep­re­sent­ing 26 mem­bers with schools in 28 countries.

Mem­ber Organisations

Board and Managing Director

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margareta van raemdonck
iztok kordis
frederikke larsson
georg juergens

Our Board and Managing Director are from Germany, Belgium, Slovenia, Denmark and Finland.

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We are ECSWE

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Frans Ebskamp, Treasurer

Our Board and Man­ag­ing Direc­tor are from Ger­many, Bel­gium, Slove­nia, Den­mark and Finland.

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