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#1 of 2 Old 11-03-2012, 10:36 AM - Thread Starter
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How has your experience been having 2 dc in 2 separate schools? My dyslexic ds and typical dd I transferred to Waldorf, but I don't see it working for dd who is in 1st grade and has been moving towards reading and writing since preschool and misses that academic aspect. 1st grade Waldorf is not challenging for her, plus I am not so sure about her teacher and having him for the next 8 years. The two schools would be such radically different in philosophy and teaching styles. I guess I am worried about my dc growing apart and having such different experiences.

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I just wanted to acknowledge your post and give it a bump. I am sure someone will be along who has had children in different educational choices!

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