Private Schools vs. Public Schools
One may ask the question, which is better Public or Private schools? The primary purpose of an education is to further expand knowledge, character, and develop skills that will be useful in life. Public schools tend to have a larger population than private schools, because of funding and organization. The primary focus of this paper will compare and contrast the financial structure, teacher-student ratio, and requirements for public and private schools. However, the mission of these intuitions is to teach one how to think independently and increase social skills.
One of the major differences between public and private schools is the amount of funding that is available. For example, public schools are funded by the government and private schools receive money through student tuition cost. Also, since the government funds public schools they lack many of the essential resources that are necessary for proper education. I attended public school my entire life. In my English classes, my classmates and I were never fortunate enough to have our own English books or novels. Not only that, in Math classes we did not have enough seats or hands on instruments to complete each task. In science class, each semester it was mandatory that we pay lab fees, because there was no available funds. On the other hand, this allows private schools more access to technology, books, advanced tools, and training that is necessary for a proper education.
Not only, is the financial structure in these two intuitions different but the student teacher ratio is a huge problem. The majority of the population attends public schools. Private school classrooms are much smaller, which allows teachers more time to have one-on-one time with students. In public schools the teacher does not always have time to stop and explain things because of classroom size; because of the lack of time this can and in many cases does hinder the progress of the students...