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    your school? Would you go to a private school instead of a public school? Or to a public school instead of a private school? Private and public education is different in many ways such as their performance, enrollment, and the overall education taught but yet they have somewhat similar teachers.      Students’ performance in public and private schools differ a lot. Private schools often have better grades and test scores. It is proven that kids who go to a public school and attend a private school

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    sending them to a private school, because the believe that it will provide their child with a better education and leave them better prepared for the future. A better education comes at a price, private schools have a high tuition and many parents do not know if it will be worth it in the end. While private schools and public schools both have the same overall goal of educating young minds, their teaching methods and curriculum differ in many ways; furthermore, the results that the schools see in their

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    always been a large debate between private and public schools. Even though this argument has been going on for a long time, no one can seem to figure out which is the better choice. Some of the main things people tend to focus on when comparing and contrasting the two types of schools are tuition, academic environment, curriculum, athletics, and how the students are disciplined. Each of these is equality important in their own ways to people when choosing what school they think is best for them. The

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    Central Catholic school, Columbian Christian school, Jim Bridger school and David Douglas School. So many different schools. How does a parent choose? Education is undoubtedly is an issue with different opinions when deciding between private and public schools. Our country is a country of contrasts, economically, socially and geographically. Education is the action or process of impacting knowledge to another (Merriam Webster) with trained teachers, good books, updated technology and a high-quality

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    public schools in kindergarten through 12 grade, and another 6 million are enrolled in private schools. There are many more public schools that provide education to American students than their private counterparts.In fact, as stated by a 2009 GreatSchools furthermore the Harris Interactive ballot, almost one in four parents are presently acknowledging exchanging their child’s school possibly from private to public or public to private concerning an aftereffect of the economy.A private school is a

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    Public school is a school that is maintained at public expense for the education of the children of a community that constitutes a part of a system of free public education commonly including primary and secondary schools. On the other hand private school is a school founded, conducted, and maintained by a private group rather than by the government, usually charging tuition and often following a particular philosophy, viewpoint, etc. There are many differences between a Public School and a Private

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    Are Private Schools Better than Public Schools?rr There are many decisions for parents to choose private or public school for their kids. Every parent wants what is best for his or her child. A person's education is one of the most important aspects in determining whether they will become a productive member of society. Education is so important. We need to look at both public and private schools to find out if there is a difference. Private schools are a better choice than public school for many

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    years ago, America was the leader in quantity and quality of high school diplomas. Today, our nation is ranked 36th in the world.” (Coleman, 2013) In the United States, a debate continues about how to address the issues of the education system. Some conservatives think that it is beneficial to take money away from public schools and provide students with private school vouchers so they can “choose” between private and public schools. While most liberals believe that there is no real choice and that

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    The high end private school segment has great potential for success. Rancho Solano Preparatory School (RSPS) has had many successes, but also many challenges on their journey to becoming one of the best private school options in Arizona. To continue success, Rancho Solano must make significant investments and a commitment to change internally and externally. This can be achieved by focusing on improving some of the subsystems of the organization as well as people involved operationally. RSPS is

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    They suspected that those who went to private school were snobbish, white, wealthy, brilliant and advantaged compared to others in society, religious fanatics, wild partiers, promiscuous, sheltered, and have never worked for anything in their life. Most of these generalizations are abrasive fallacies. While some of these descriptions may fit some people who are products of private school, placing every private school student into these categories is unnecessary and illogical

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