Public School vs. Private School By: Tan Ly

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A person's education is one of the most important factors in determining their career and their future. That is why when considering an education, the quality is almost as important as the education itself. Facing the technological revolution that we are going through without a good quality education a person will be left behind. Even though public and private schools are separate institutions, they have to follow certain guidelines so there are a lot of similarities between the two. Such as, both school systems have the intentions of giving their students the best education within their abilities. Both have educated people that have decided to devote the rest of their careers to challenge themselves in class and after class by doing extracurricular activities. They each have set up rules hoping to keep it a positive learning environment. They both use standardized testing as a tool to evaluate the progress of their students.

They can also access the weaknesses from these tests to improve the curriculum that they have composed. They also have clubs like volunteer groups that help out people in their surrounding community. There are also student governments where students elect students to improve upon the learning environment in which they are. Schools also have extra curricular activities like sports where students compete against other schools where they learn school spirit and how to work as a team. With all of these activities students can hopefully find something that they enjoy spending their free time. This also help keeps children out of trouble from and gangs.

The most important thing that private school have to offer are the high standards that they set. With the majority of the students wanting to achieve at such high levels, this creates a very positive learning environment for students to excel in.