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It was a great experience. The rules were hard to obey at times, but they were also advantageous in teaching me personal discipline. I use that discipline in every aspect of my life currently. The school adequately prepared me for teaching for 6 years in the middle school and high school classroom. I felt prepared for almost any situation.
None, the same. I loved teaching. It was a degree that could take me any where. I also use my teaching skills in other areas of life like public service and working with siblings and other young children.
Choose a college. Stick with a legitimate degree even if you decide half way through that you don't enjoy it as much as you once did. However with education, do NOT become a teacher unless you enjoy it. There are too many people picking education as a degree when they should not be in that field. When you get out of college a finished degree makes an impact... not a half degree or something that took you only a few months.
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