I'm sort of thinking of looking into enrolling in WGU's education degree program and wonder if they accept what I guess I could call "special circumstances." All of their degree programs that lead to teacher licensure have a student-teaching element, presumably to give the student experience in the classroom, which makes perfect sense. My question is, what if you already teach? I teach now in a private elementary school that does not require a license to teach. I've been doing that for a while now and wonder how they would handle that. I can't find any department to email and ask about this. I hesitate to hit the Get More Info button and be bombarded with sales calls from people who cannot answer my questions. Has anyone gone through the education program at WGU? Is the student-teaching element something that the school sets up for you with a local school? I cannot take time off from my own teaching to go do that at another school and wonder how exactly it all works. Thanks.