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Choosing Between a Private or Public School for Your Child A private school is run by other entities besides the government. These schools are funded mostly on the whole by the tuition that their students pay in exchange for the schooling and training they get. Another name by which they are called is nonstate school. While sending children to a private school may entail considerable cost—unless your child receives a full scholarship—being a parent can sometimes lead us into making decisions we would not otherwise make except when knowing it is best for our children. There are differing opinions as to which type of school is better. Many argue that, since private schools are more expensive, they are definitely better than state-funded schools. So you can get really confused when choosing your child’s preschool or elementary school.
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Neither one would ever be perfect, but deciding where to send your child for pre-school, or any other level for that matter, is entirely up to where your particular child would fit in. You are the parent, and thus, the one who knows your child best, including where his personality, idiosyncrasies, and abilities can best be molded and enhanced.
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Ask others what they think but do not rely solely on that to make the decision. Don’t just consider one school. For each type, do at least two for comparison. It is also best to tour these schools being considered so that you can have an idea whether their facilities are safe. If you are considering for a special child, make sure the school has the necessary facilities to keep the child safe and to educate him fully. There are parents who consider private schools when enrolling a special child with learning disabilities like dyslexia. Many of the schools which specialize in children with disabilities or those with special needs are private schools. As for middle school, when the time comes, you may decide to transfer your child to another type of school. Again, that would be a matter of making another educated decision, but at this point, what is important is deciding which to pick for your preschool age child. Here are some factors which you can consider when deciding which type of school to pick. The expense – Private schools do cost more because they have to find the means to operate, as opposed to public schools which get their funding from the government. Acceptance into program – Public schools cannot turn away students; they are required to accept all, but private schools retain the right to be more selective. Schoolteachers – Schoolteachers working for the state-run schools are required certification. There are some who may not be certified as yet, but are working toward it. But a private school may not require as much from their teachers. Certification ensures that teachers have fully completed the requirements of their course. Curriculum development – The public school curriculum cannot differ from what is set by the state. A private school develops its own curriculum according to what it deems best, which may mean higher or lower standards. No one can force a decision on you with regard to picking your child’s school. In the end, the person who matters most when making your pick is the child you are sending to school. Decide wisely.