Students that go to private schools say that they are very happy and feel like they are getting a better education so do the parents. A lot parents say they love the options and advantages private school has to offer. Rather then what public school can offer their students. Private school offers a smaller environment for better education, freedom of religion and has better control of the classroom. Theses are qualities, which most parents want to instill in their students.
Private verses public school has been a very controversial topic of which is best for a child. Both public and private schools have their advantages. Private at the end will prove to be the better school for most children for many reasons. Private school excels over public school in many ways. Throughout this reading there will be just a few reasons out of thousands of why parents choose private over public.
This is an obvious short coming to private schools, since they do not operate on the taxpayers' funds. However, some private schools do provide scholarships to poorer families. However, one distinct advantage of private schools is their abilities to satisfy their students' special needs. A military academy, for example, provides the strict discipline that some students need. Basically, a private school works for the students' desires, while a public school demands that its students work for their designated needs.
Some of the most interesting contrasts explain private schools have fewer minority teachers and principals, public school teachers appear to be more education than private school teachers, a... ... middle of paper ... ... agrees with Mrs. Dyckman explaining, "I don't think that just because you pay money for something makes it better. There isn't a better place for my daughter to be going to school than here" (Wilkenfeld par. 13). In fact, on average, private schools aren't any better than public schools, or so says a new book on the subject, All Else Equal: Are Public And Private Schools Different. In conclusion, several points could be drawn on the issue of public schools versus private schools.
A lot of times, only the most eminent option is considered, that being public education. People do not take the time to actually consider which would be better for their children in the present and the future. In the 2007-2008 school years, twenty-five percent of all United States schools were private schools. Private education is superior to public education in that it consists of a better environment, better academics, and you can incorporate religion. The environment which surrounds you at a school affects the outcome of someone’s learning ability.
Violence is the number one issue world wide in public High schools. An estimated 30-35% of students in the world attend private schools. It has been a proven fact that kids that attended private high schools are better prepared for college. This is possible because there are fewer disturbances, and a less populated building. Students are tested before being accepted into private schools so therefore, most kids who are not college prep.
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.
Private schools believe that they have better safety, and test scores. Both may be true, but only because the students were not given the full advantage that private school students get. Private schools take time to focus on essentials and the meanings of life. Public schools focus on discipline and pushing kids out. Private schools spend money on brand new material items, where public schools raise money for their benefits.
educational centres that are run by the government, funded by the national taxes, and entitled to educate students according to the national curriculum). (Gov.uk, 2013) Moreover, private schools are also common. These schools are funded through admission fees, tuition fees etcetera, and are free to teach the children what they want and however they want without following any specific criteria. Private schools are also known for their high-qualified teachers, staff, and students. Their selection of students through entrance exams results in fewer students, smaller classes and more attention for each student.
So, if a family does not have enough money to afford a private, single-sex school, the child must attend a public, (usually) coed school. The financial situation of families acts as a large factor on what type of school, single-gender or coed, a child attends because some families may not have enough money to make a choice. When families do possess enough money to choose between single-sex and coed schoo... ... middle of paper ... ...e-sex-education-the-pros-and-cons.gs?page=all>. This source provides information bolstering the effects and claims of single-sex schools then goes on to talk about how critics view the single-sex school system. “Title IX and Sex Discrimination.” U.S. Department of Education.