I've been kicking around the idea of starting my own kindergarten. As a native English speaker I would certainly be "ignoring" some of the rules regarding second language instruction at preschools but then, isn't everyone? Honestly, I know that I could do a better job than at least half of these schools and at a cheaper price. It seems that the major cost associated with running a kindergarten is paying the foreign teacher. Based on this logic I could start my own school and pocket the money that would otherwise go to a boss that, ostensibly, does nothing
As I look into the business I have learned that some schools charge around $30,000 a month for native English instruction. This seems ridiculously high considering my monthly salary rarely reaches past $60,000. Is there something I am missing or did I just find a way to print money?
Looking forward to hearing what you think...