This is the second of two previously untranslated volumes of Rudolf Steiner's public lectures on Waldorf education and contains lectures given between March and August, 1924. Readers familiar with Steiner's lectures for teachers will discover here how Steiner presented his ideas to the general public with surprising directness. Here Steiner speaks on such topics as Education and the Moral Life, Eurythmy, Moral and Physical Education, and the relationship of pedagogy and the arts. Readers will be particularly interested in the lecture Why Do We Need an Anthroposophical Pedagogy? which offers a perspective not found anywhere else in his lectures. This newly translated collection should be of interest to anyone concerned with Waldorf education.