School Schools Vs. Public Schools

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Parents worry about where they are going to send their kids to school. There is a big debate among parents in choosing where to send their children to school. People want to give their child the best education. The two major style of schooling is public and private schools. Public schools are schools that are set up and run by the government. Private schools are schools that are privately owned and are not controlled by the government. Both schools have positive and negative aspects. There are many factors to look at when choosing the best school. When choosing a school one must look at admission policy, learning styles, school environment, special needs, and college admissions.
Each school systems have different admission policies. Public schools must admit all students assigned to them by the district. “Because not all public schools have resources for helping students with special needs, enrolling a child with a learning disability or other disorder may entail a more complex process”(Greatschools). For the most part, the school district will help admit the student to a school that will best suit him. Students must apply or join a raffle if they want to go to the public school of their specific choice. Private schools are more selective. There is an application process for private schools. Students must go through interviews, tests, and even write an admission essay. Since private schools need their own funding, students need to pay tuition to enter. There are also other…

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