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Originally Posted by canndw
Charter schools may help on the family financial side, but they introduce a whole new can of worms, in my mind; the idea of people at a waldorf school who don't feel a sense of strong connection to the school, who are there just because their lottery number came up.
Originally Posted by Rhonwyn
I was just wondering Earth Angel how the schools seem to get lost along the way. Our school actually started with the intent of having affordable Waldorf education. Those parents are long gone and we have a different board now. It breaks my heart every year to lose families because they don't qualify for help but they can't afford it.
Originally Posted by cuqui
Our tuition in CT went up very little. About 4%. Grades 1 thru 8 is now $10,500. We also have the option to pay the full amount to educate your child $11,950 and take the addt'l $1,450.00 as a tax deductible contribution.
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