The Pros And Cons Of Private Education

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When it comes to the academics of private school students, they tend to score higher on the standardized test. In the National Assessment of Educational Progress private school students scored 15 to 20 points higher than public school students. Also, private school students normally have harder graduation requirements like the addition of community service and more coursework in each subject (Alt, 2002). On the other hand, another article makes the claim that student’s academic success is in correlation to their family background. The article suggests that students in public school score just as well as private school students when the parents from both types of school are involved in the child’s academic life the same amount. Ultimately the role of the parent and their influence on their children is said to be the biggest factor in academic success (Jyoti, 2013).
In the United States, a large deciding factor in a parent’s decision in sending their child to a private school is the tuition rates. When it comes to affordability some families are making monetary sacrifices to send their child to a private school because they have the belief that the private education their child will receive is worth what they pay for. Also, many private
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It wasn’t until the Ottoman Constitutions of 1876 when private schools began to be recognized and held to state supervision. This was a rocky start to private education because there was a lack of teachers who were qualified to teach causing many of the private schools to be considered as failing. Although private education is a lot better now in Turkey than it was before there is a great discrepancy in funds towards private schools. In Germany over 18 percent and in the United States over 30 percent of expenditure on education institutions was spent while only 1.4 percent was spent towards private education in

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