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    Comparison to Private Schools. I. Introduction A. Private schools get talked about all the time just because the majority think private schools aren’t affordable. So, people automatically jump to side with public schools. The thing is private schools may charge but don’t face all the problems public schools have. For example, public schools are too big and don’t have time to help each and every student a teacher has. Public schools are just a big problem that almost no person realizes. B.…

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    also many aspects that come along with private schooling. Private schools offer up many great contributions to a student in which a public school would struggle to offer a student. Some of these contributions that help students include curriculum control, certification for teachers, and high standards for discipline and respect. These characteristics or contributions that private schooling offers helps set them apart from public schooling. To begin with private schools have a lot of freedom to…

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    influences each individual 's respected exosystem. The actual curriculum, however, does not include a large amount of religious practice, except the minimum Quran class, which is no different than a traditional bible study course in American Catholic private…

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    Then private school is the basic form of traditional education; there are many other forms of education, which can be divided into rising for children to learn Mongolian or Mongolian school and opened higher education for adults. Song academy private education in ancient history occupies an important position, is worth studying. College has its own set of unique form of regulations related to school teachers and students, and self-study system and free debate. For educational purposes, reading…

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    public or private? Each type of school displays advantages and disadvantages that may benefit or inhibit a student’s educational development. The academics and extracurricular activities advance a student’s growth; however, the financial dependence and school demographics may hinder a student’s growth. Classrooms, desks, and teachers depict the physical aspects of a school; however, the foundation and financial assistance that define the essence of a school contrast public schools and private…

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    students using text talk, and using text talk in everyday speech and this can be seen in both private, and public school despite the so called “higher learning”. Due to this we can slowly see the corruption in students living in North America whether in a public or private school. So what is so special about private school? What is it teaching students that is not taught in a basic public school? Private versus public school has been a common subject going on for years, and though…

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    As an international student, I attended a private high school, which was Fairmont Preparatory Academy in Anaheim. My high school has about 500 students and most of them are international students from China, Japan, Vietnam, Korea,… Fairmont Prep offers twenty-three AP courses, which are AP Calculus AB, Calculus BC, AP Chemistry, AP Physic, AP Biology,… Fairmont Prep is one of a few Orange County private school provides IB courses. It offers twenty-one IB courses including Spanish IB, English IB…

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    school system were increased intensely. Facing intensive criticisms, the public school system in the United States was changed, and finally has reached to the edge of collapse in recent years. New schools such as charter schools, school vouchers, and private schools were developed dramatically (Ellis, 4-6). As a result, many public schools in America were closed and the entire system in some states could be diminished in the next few years (Ellis, 6). Thus, discussions of the education of…

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    Teachers, not only, have to take criticism from society, but, have many other obstacles ,such as, how many years of schooling they have to dedicate, what grade level chosen to be the entry point, gender, with the added decision to teach public or private school. Them to be involve . "The higher the education, the higher the pay,"…

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    Case Study Nancy Zito

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    moved to Baton Rouge, Louisiana in 2005. Following her husband’s desire to move back to his home state, Nancy left her decades-long teaching career in the New York City Public School System. As she adjusted to life to her new home and worked in a private school, she would often pass by the Gardere neighborhood. As she built relationships with parents living in Gardere, she found that several students were struggling academically in the public school system. Out of a concern for these people…

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