I feel parents should not be sending their kids for private tuition just to enhance their learning or to give them an additional advantage over their peers. On the other hand, parents should take into considerations many other factors such as academic results, lifestyle, health and other factors before considering sending their children for additional classes. Parents should also seek the opinion of how the... ... middle of paper ... ...private tuition genuinely. I personally had to attend private tuition for mathematics in my primary school days. Not only did it not create unnecessary stress on me, it was effective in improving my grades tremendously.
Abolishing Private fund Education Separation in schooling first accord in 1852 when the first private school was established. In today’s school system attending a private school is statistically more beneficial than attending a public school. In some states, a private school can receive some state funding. However, for the sole purpose of this argument, I will refer to private schools as schools that get their funding from sources outside of the government and will determine public schools as schools that receive funding solely from the government. Private schools should be abolished because they do not allow equal opportunities for students and the education provided is not equal.
Their selection of students through entrance exams results in fewer students, smaller classes and more attention for each student. This might be the main reason independent schools are expensive, however students attending these schoo... ... middle of paper ... ...ks in life”. In opposition to this, children in private schools tend to be moulded into the sophisticated society they live in. Their view on life and others may become narrow minded as a result. Considering the same private school educated getting the better job purely based on their schooling background might be considered as an ethical issue.
Primary and secondary school education is compulsory and government funded in Malaysia. Although public schools are provided, some parents still send their children to private schools with the assumption that private institutes offer better quality of education. Private education as an alternative of public school are marketed with a more well rounded educational focused system with professionally trained teachers and the availability of facilities and resources. Despite that, the extra cost of education from added in the annual expenditure of a household is resulting parents to reconsider if the value of private education is worth the large amount of cost. Besides that, stakeholders' are questioning the sustainability of private institutions because of economic uncertainty.
The free community college idea sounds appealing, but more time and government money should be spent on making university tuitions lower because the community colleges are already less expensive and give support to those who are not financially stable. Students who they themselves attend community college pondered on the idea of their tuition being free; one particular student Felipe Bezerra, from the article “As He Promotes It, Some Question Obama’s Free Community College Idea,” stated that the tuition of community colleges isn’t worth being free, financially needy students get the money they need and the other students barely even have to pay $2,000 every year. Students like Bezerra are more concerned about their education following community college, he knows he won’t be able to pay for tuition in university and would rather “all this
Vouchers also allow parents to effectively vote with their dollars for, what in their eyes, the school that is the best. By federally funding a school voucher system, the discrepancy between schools located in rich and poor areas would be decreased, as poor children would be allowed to attend schools in richer neighborhoods and vice versa. But can such a system be implemented in America? Simply because it has been done to a degree of success in small scale tests in America does not clearly show that it would be successful on a national level. It would, at least, give parents to choose where their children go to school, the same way they can choose what to have for breakfast in the morning.
Tuition is a significant factor to take into account when picking a college, but it is not the most important aspect of a college. Public colleges have benefits apart from private colleges that are valued by certain professions and do just as well as graduates from private colleges. Private colleges, though they do not have certain benefits provided by public colleges, are still deserving of their sticker price due to factors associated with a students personal needs. When considering the overall profits of a working adult after graduation, tuition needs to be considered. Public colleges are known to be cheaper than that of a private college, but private colleges offer financial aid for low-income st... ... middle of paper ... ...
This would be a fair statement because there are some public schools that are really good and up-to-date with well trained teachers who want to help kids learn. There are public schools with amazing teachers who know how to teach kids the material, and want them to know the material instead of just giving them the answers to pass the tests. One could also argue that the NCLB act was successful in goal of getting more people to go to school which it was. Another argument would be that we should be thankful for even having free education available to us which is also true. Most other countries do not have the availability or option of free education.
So even though the... ... middle of paper ... ...des. Students who do well in a public school setting tend to feel better about themselves. They succeed because they want to, not because someone else forced them to. Whether someone prefers a public school or a private school, it all depends on the person. Unfortunately, not everyone is able to appreciate all that public schools have to offer because they get their vision blurred by all the benefits of private schools.
In the small environment of private schools, they have smaller classes. Many parents want their students to be able to optimize their learning as much as they can. Many send their students to private ... ... middle of paper ... ...rparts on standardized achievement tests” (CAPE). In closing, private school is a better choice for parents when choosing where to send their students. It can cost more, but has a better pay off for students who have been sent to a private school.