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Selective education: Are selective schools better for children?

  • The student's opinion

    Ok so a crucial factor in this debate is just the student themselves. What the "specialists" are not doing is asking the student who are in a selective school how they feel. If they did surprisingly, There would actually be different standards. Many of the students in these schools do not enjoy it sometimes after all, A selective school is still a school and there is bound to be drama. If you asked a drop kick main streamer in this timeline;as I myself have experienced;they normally decide to taunt me.

  • Selective schools target those that will lead our society in the future.

    Should students that are academically ahead of their peers be forced to hold back yheir potential just because parents can't admit that their child is just simply not smart enough to attend? Being a selective school girl myself, i knkw that in primary school, i struggled due to the fact that the teacher would be so absorbed in helping the lower students that i failed to learn anything in years five and six. However, attending a selective school allowed me to explore my full potential, and actually provided a challenge. Parents just have to face it and recognise that some kids just don't have the same ability as others, and that we shouldn't deny gifted kids who will undeniably be our country's future the right to an education that suits them. We need to break down the stereotypes that selective schools are hard and mean institutions because actually, they're just like any other school except the kids are more involved due to the fac that they are actually learning something. Comprehensive schools are great, and they support those that need extra help, but they often fail to support those at the top of the grade.

  • We should nurture the potential of very able children

    To allow them to achieve the very best that they possibly can, to be successful in their lives- academically and as a whole. Talent is wasted if it is not enriched. Society will lack individuals who will go on to help others and make a better future for the generation they live in.

  • Gets Motivated Kids on Track

    A selective school gets motivated children on track for specific purposes further down the road in their education. A selective school rewards academics or some other standard to place like-minded pupils in a similar environment to prepare them for whatever specified goal they want. A selective school's goals can be college prep, vocational training or some hands-on career experience. In those respects, selective schools are better for children in that those who really want to learn can do so.

  • Selective Education Offers Advantages

    Selective education offers children some financial and cultural advantages. These institutions have more educational resources. Further, selective schools can charge parents tuition, so the school board has more money with which to lure high-quality teachers. These schools also can offer parents the security of believing that their children are not mixing with the disadvantaged students that clog urban cities.

  • Not fair for others

    Is very unfair and unjust Students that go to a selective school are most likely to be chosen for jobs over those who didn't go to a selective school regardless of who is brighter. How is this fair? Shouldn't all students be given the same opportunities in life? Also students are regarded as smart and are regarded higher in life.

  • It is Discouraging

    It gives them a false sense of security People who go to selective schools are constantly told that they are better then those who don't go to a selective school. When they go to get a job they think that they are better than everybody else. This is a false sense of security they are given. And when they go for a job they feel like they will get the job and don't even need to try. So how do you think they feel when a "dumb" person who isn't "dumb" gets the job? That is a very good argument also the others are

  • Parent give them Pressure

    If the student/child does not pass the test to get into the selective school, their parent/guardian might pressure them to work even harder to get into the selective school the next year. They also might get punishments from their parent which might lead to depression and/or sadness. Overall, just no.

  • It gives them a false sense of security

    People who go to selective schools are constantly told that they are better then those who don't go to a selective school. When they go to get a job they think that they are better than everybody else. This is a false sense of security they are given. And when they go for a job they feel like they will get the job and don't even need to try. So how do you think they feel when a "dumb" person who isn't "dumb" gets the job?

  • Is very unfair and unjust

    Students that go to a selective school are most likely to be chosen for jobs over those who didn't go to a selective school regardless of who is brighter. How is this fair? Shouldn't all students be given the same opportunities in life? Also students are regarded as smart and are regarded higher in life.


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