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Loving parents send their kids to Charters

cbrodersen
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10/19/2016 3:34:54 AM
Posted: 1 month ago
If a mother truly loves her child, she would not send he/she to the local public school. Catholic and private institutions may be too strenuous for some households to sacrifice the money for, but what does not cost money and will show a child that their parents truly do care and love them is if the parents send them to a charter school.

Charter schools have the perks of public schools, but are not held back by the downsides public schools face like budget cuts and overcrowding. Charter schools are free, like public schools, but are independently run, and some are operated by for-profit private companies so they do not experience government control. Public schools have an issue of being overcrowded which, in the long-term, will hurt a student"s academic progress and success. Charter schools have limited space so a child can learn in a close-knit, family like, personal, one on one atmosphere.

As time goes on the ratio of public schools to charter schools should be flipped and there should be more charter than public because of their advantages. Charter schools all around are a better investment of time than a public school education is. Parents who truly want the best for their children will go the extra mile to look into a charter school in their area for their children to attend.
Subutai
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11/20/2016 11:04:29 AM
Posted: 2 weeks ago
At 10/19/2016 3:34:54 AM, cbrodersen wrote:
If a mother truly loves her child, she would not send he/she to the local public school. Catholic and private institutions may be too strenuous for some households to sacrifice the money for, but what does not cost money and will show a child that their parents truly do care and love them is if the parents send them to a charter school.

Charter schools have the perks of public schools, but are not held back by the downsides public schools face like budget cuts and overcrowding. Charter schools are free, like public schools, but are independently run, and some are operated by for-profit private companies so they do not experience government control. Public schools have an issue of being overcrowded which, in the long-term, will hurt a student"s academic progress and success. Charter schools have limited space so a child can learn in a close-knit, family like, personal, one on one atmosphere.

As time goes on the ratio of public schools to charter schools should be flipped and there should be more charter than public because of their advantages. Charter schools all around are a better investment of time than a public school education is. Parents who truly want the best for their children will go the extra mile to look into a charter school in their area for their children to attend.

It seems like hyperbole to claim that any parent who sends their children to public school doesn't love their children. Charter schools have their problems as well, such as under-regulation and segregation.
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