Private School Students Lead Enrolment Standards For Fall 2017 Semester

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Whether or not private schools make a big difference in society is a question that runs in the mind of many. There are many factors that go into starting a private school which is meant to satisfy the need for it in the first place. So, yes private schools do make a difference in the society, and a big one at that. That was the clear cut answer, but what are the ways in which private school makes a difference?

The world population is as ever on the rise. This continues to increase the need for new amenities like schools, hospitals, infrastructure and more. Public schools are not enough to serve the population that is available in most places. This makes it necessary to have which can absorb part of the community making public schools more manageable. If there were no private schools of any kind, then all those students would have to be incorporated into public schools which would affect the quality of education and put a stretch on the amenities available in the schools.

Research over the years has shown that students coming from the best school are usually more prepared for college education better than those from public schools. It has been demonstrated that even more students that attend private schools can have attained a bachelor?s degree in their 20s. In private schools, the students are put in a more rigorous academic process which makes them college ready, and the translation into college for them becomes easier.

Private schools are known for setting the standard really high. This is good because it makes the public schools have something to look up to. When the standards are high elsewhere the government will make sure that it is doing the best to have the best in public schools so that the children there do not feel segregated. Public schools have to depend on government funds. When the budget is done the school is subjected to some inspections and then the decision is done on how much they will receive to run the school. When the government does not have enough funds it is possible for some of the vote heads to have reduced funds or have some scrapped off altogether.

Monopoly is not good for any market. If the government was to monopolize the education sector, it is possible that there could be more problems. It is the competition that brings better quality services to the people and better prices.

 

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