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Should government take the all schools and remove the private schools ?

Asked by: Hakkiozeristan
  • Everybody should be treated equally.

    I always went to a government owned school and it was so poor compared to the schools that weren't owned by the gov. Kids should be able to choose what school they would want to attend. That isn't fair that rich kids get all the good education and the poor kids get the poor education. There just setting the poor kids up for failure.

  • Private schools allow the rich to hold on to power.

    By creating schools which require a certain amount of money to enroll, we create an education system that gives the children of high income families the upper hand in society. This means we see the same families throughout generations comprise the upper class. Meanwhile this lowers the ability of lower class citizens to achieve in society. Creating generations of families stuck in poverty. It's hypocritical to say everyone has an equal opportunity in this country while practices like this still exist.

  • Money is everything

    I don’t think people understand how horrible the public schools system is classes are always under capacity, students that do try and achieve are often on their own and have to work hard why is it fair that private schools get more funding. If they are so great why do they need government funding. Why is it that public schools often can’t afford to staff the school properly and also majority of public schools house students from different ethnic backgrounds education is pivotal for them. Also the whole idea that elitist schools shouldn’t be attacked because they are elitist is illogical and vain, the only way to get into those ELITIST schools is through money. The fact of the matter remains students can’t achieve without money and we should try and bridge that gap so that it can be equal and fair for everyone not just the rich.

  • Lowest Common Denominator

    Why exactly should public schools have their competition removed? If a private school is around, the public school has to have something truly phenomenal to get the rich students, who presumably have tutors and whatnot to make them very good students. That something phenomenal will also benefit the rank and file.
    Private schools also have the option of highly intensive courses that are specialized, unlike public schools that are mandated by law to cater to the lowest common denominator, because apparently there are more incompetents than there are talented people.
    A public school catering to the really smart and capable would be immediately attacked as "elitist" and actually would be elitist, simply because the gifted and talented are being given more help than the lowest common denominator. Here's why: Motivation. The more "elite" students are driven, whilst the very bottom gives a token effort, and sometimes not even that. But guess what is a larger demographic. Hint: It isn't the super-talented.

  • Everybody should be treated equally.

    I always went to a government owned school and it was so poor compared to the schools that weren't owned by the gov. Kids should be able to choose what school they would want to attend. That isn't fair that rich kids get all the good education and the poor kids get the poor education. There just setting the poor kids up for failure.

  • Of course no!

    If the state schools is enough for education there wont be any private schools. We have these schools so it means that state schools are not enough. Instead of taking these private schools, government should give the control of state schools to private people so we can see more successful students.


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