Ak Lu’um is a non-profit organization and is not privately owned. Waldorf schools are part of an international movement, though not part of a regulated organization. The schools are united by the shared dedication to the Waldorf curriculum and pedagogy and a conviction that this schooling can help children to become freethinking, socially responsible, and strong-willed adults.
There is no school director or headmaster. Instead, the responsibility for running the school is shared by the faculty of teachers, along with other staff. They make decisions regarding the social, administrative, and educational life of the school. The faculty and staff also study together aspects of Waldorf education. The College of Teachers is composed of experienced faculty members who are particularly committed to the destiny of the school. This group is responsible for the educational policies and management of human and material resources.