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The only reason I didn't go that route is that the teachers are NOT paid much (like $15-18K when I was looking into it, about 5 years ago). You have to go to their 2-year college (only in CA or NY) on top of your degree. So I was looking at moving from Texas for 2 years, spending a whole LOT of money on the education/living, etc and guaranteed to not make any money. (I don't know how ANYONE could live
on that amount in CA. It'd be hard in Texas) So I took my savings and went to Europe for the summer, decided to learn to teach art and here I am, five years later!
Anyway, I digress... Waldorf education is great. The teachers are there because the WANT to be, not because of the money. (I know we all fit into that idea, but they REALLY do!)
just my .02