Private School Vs Public School
The clash between private schools and public schools has always been at its highest peak. It is often a mindset of the people that private schools are better than public schools and students are taken better care of in such schools. When parents start planning for their child’s admission, they always look for private schools, because they consider public schools for the lower strata of students.
Though, many of us have always drawn a thick margin between public school and private schools, but how many of us actually know about the concept of the both? Well, private schools are schools that are established by an individual or a group of individuals without taking any kind financial help from the government. These schools are run and administered by the group of individuals under a trust. On the other hand, public schools receive funds from the government and many of the times they are administered partially by the government and partially by the people who have established the school.
There are some significant features of the public and private schools, which should be discussed. There are a few features in public schools which are the same as private schools, but in terms of showing great diversity of the structure and means of education, private schools show their excellence. Most of the public schools are upto the secondary level and can be found in almost every part of the country, even in the rural areas. Whereas, private schools are mostly either found in cities or towns. They also offer education from primary level to senior secondary level.
It has also been proved by a number of researches, surveys and many competitive exams that private schools offer better education to the children as compared to the public schools. To test the difference, students from both public and private school were made to participate in a competitive test where everybody had expected the students of the private school to win the competition, but students from the public school also showed their excellence. Therefore, it would not be correct to give to assume that students of private schools are the only good students. It much depends upon the students how they are catching the instructions that are given in the classroom by their teachers. Though it is also true that the administration and management in private schools are much stricter than public schools, and in public schools the number of teachers and students absenteeism is more.
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