Public v private_schools.

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Public v private_schools.

  1. 1.  Thatdecision that your parents made about where to send you to school was probably a very simple one. Now it is a complex world of discovery when choosing between public versus private school.
  2. 2. School Quality Challenging CurriculumTeacher CertificationAccountability
  3. 3.  Private Schools may have a superior academic program- FALSE- that gap between private and public is narrowing. Private School is too expensive- FALSE- they actually are more affordable than they have ever been in recent years. Certification for private school teachers is not required- TRUE- legally you do not need to be certified- but common sense, says that you should be!
  4. 4.  Money doesn’t matter- FALSE it does make a difference in the achievement of students and teachers. Teacher quality is most important factor in student achievement-FALSE- Parents are the first teachers of their children, they must set their kids on the right path. No child should be left behind- FALSE- Some children need to be left behind.
  5. 5.  Smaller class size- more individual attention for each student= higher success rates. Qualified Teachers- not just anybody off the street. Well rounded and balanced education. Parental Involvement- parents know how there kids are doing in classes.
  6. 6.  Tuition- which is not subsidized by the government. Increased inequality- selective admission processes. Isolated social values- narrow minded on social issues. Limited regulations- cannot change values of the system already put place
  7. 7.  Student population is more diverse. Students spend more focus on core subjects; mathematics and science. Public schools can sponsor more events with their bigger budget. Teacher’s more qualified than private schools
  8. 8.  More babysitting than actual teaching. Quality of education- teachers Salary teachers who do not care whether they teach or not. No field trips No wide range of classes being offered. Larger classrooms which makes for difficult teaching environment.
  9. 9.  Each district of public schools receive a particular amount of money. Private schools receive only money from tutition or the alumni, and fundraisers they provide.

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