Event Phone: 3015652282
- Waldorf Education
November 18, 2020
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Open to the public, grandparents and friends welcome!
- Waldorf curriculum, from nursery through high school, teaches to a child’s developmental needs
- Waldorf education fosters critical thinking, empathy for others, and a love of learning
- Waldorf education leads to academic success
Jennifer Page is the Faculty Chair (Head of School) at the Washington Waldorf School. She is a graduate of Northwestern University (BME) and the University of Georgia School of Law (JD), and has been involved in Waldorf education for over 20 years. As a trained Waldorf teacher and administrator, she has served in many capacities. For the past two years, she has represented AWSNA and Waldorf Education in meetings with the Secretary of Education, Betsy DeVos. Jennifer’s teaching experience includes middle and high school music and history in the Chicago and Atlanta area public schools, elementary and middle school class teaching at the Washington Waldorf School, and coaching varsity track and field and softball. She practiced law in Maryland and the District of Columbia, and was the former Director of the Simple Abundance Charitable Fund. She and her husband Greg have three adult children, all of whom attended the Washington Waldorf School.