Asked by Annette19792005 at 10:33 PM on Jul. 26, 2010 inLevel 3 (16 Credits)
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Answer by ELIZABETHSMO902 at 10:37 PM on Jul. 26, 2010
Religion doesn't always play a part. There are several private schools that are not religious based. One thing that you will notice in private schools is the classroom size. While public schools can have up to 34 kids in one class (depending on the grade level), a private school might cap their classroom size at 15. Another difference is that because private schools do not receive government funding then they can pick and choose who gets to attend and who doesn't. I have a friend who has a diabetic child. He was attending a private school and even though he was a genius, the teacher did not want to deal with him being a diabetic so they would not accept him. There are many other differences, some good, some bad, but it also depends on the public school and the private school themselves as to which is better.
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