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Public v. Private v. Charter Schools

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Based on the results that we have found on both the public, private & charter school test scores, we are able to say that most schools are trying to find a way to make there students scores look average or normal. We all observed was that most people, whether there teachers or principles were coming up with really weird excuses for their even weirder actions.

An elementary or secondary school in the United States supported by public funds and providing free education for children of a community or district. The differences between charter schools and public schools are all charter schools get their money from taxes we all pay, but public schools recieve money from either creating fundraisers or local taxes. Now for those of you who are still asking yourself what a charter school is, well its a public schools operated independently of the local school board, often with a curriculum and educational philosophy different from the other schools in the system. If you are asking yourself how the private schools are getting their money, it’s very simple. School officials find ways to lure or to get other people’s interests in their schools, and they use tuition money in order to create interesting extracurricular programs for the student. Private schools also use the tuition money in order to fix up any difficulties or problems that the school may have.


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