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Transcript of Schooling
For some kids schooling starts at home
Public schools expose students to a wide variety of classmates and teachers
Public schools can benefit kids in their social skills. Public schools are a lot more affordable than private and home schooling. It can expose kids more diversity and ethnic culture than private schools and home schools.
Homeschooling is great for kids, especially ones with disabilities or kids who struggle and need extra one on one time. School at home gives kids the chance to focus in an environment they most likely feel most comfortable in.
Wednesday, April 9, 2014
Vol XCIII, No. 311
Private vs. Public vs. Homeschooling
Academically challenging all students
Private school, can benefit kids because they are more academically challenged than those who are in public school. Bullying has been a major issue and private schools will best provide a safer environment for our students. They can also be gender separated so kids will focus more on their education rather than their love life.
Every child is unique and hence his or her requirements differ.
THANKS FOR WATCHING AND LISTENING!
Every child is unique and his or her needs may impact what school environment they feel comfortable in. It all depends on what you want most for your child and their education? Scholastic achievement? Social skills development? Future college or income opportunities? Again, our goal is to help, push, and do what is best for all students.
Public School Pros
Some private schools are gender seperated.
Although there are still LGBTQ'S,
these types of private schools
prevent less distractions.
FOCUS ON BOOKS, NOT BOYS
PRIVATE SCHOOL PROS
% of kids
By Nicole Holub, Laura Frascona, and Valendice Payne