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Firstly, private schools offer quality and good education that meets the students’ needs in the society. Unlike public schools, private schools have developed a personal approach to learning. Through this approach, learners have many benefits in linking education demands and the job market skills. Meryzn & Ursprung (2005) note that the United States public schools have been an example of the economics of education because of poor quality that do not match the financial allocation by the government. The quality of education can be seen in three approaches.
One is quality, this is education that is a personalized, economical and able ensures the needs of students. It is an education system that can make sense in objectives and the societal demands. In order to achieve these good goals of education, some scholars have said that privatization of education is a good step that will make good purpose of education. Brown (2013) Education should not be seen as a right, today there are many great business persons and known sportsmen who have made an immense contribution to the economy without necessarily going to schools (Davidsona 2010).
According to National Center for Education Statistics Report 2010 it identified many stidents in public schools as a big problem for the quality of education (Espiona & Gonzalez 2013). The report said that, private schools have half of the public school population. Schools and classes are smaller in the private institution leading to personal teaching that touches the classroom activities. The teacher-student ratio is more favorable, mostly they have a numbers of 1:9 that allows economic value of the parents money. Many public both primary and secondary schools have a ratio of 1:19, meaning there is an acute shortage, and the quality of education is quite low (Brown 2013).
Public schools continue to have a big number of students that do not learn due to the big numbers as compared to the teachers. These
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The difference is how we each intend to use that ability. Education as a mandate is a privilege by default, once something is mandated or “enforced” then it is defined purely by the rules of the agency or government mandating it. As a result in this context regarding state funded and monitored educational institutions (public schools, universities etc.) education becomes a privilege.
However, the gaps in the system have made it a privilege in United States of America. By considering different studies, it seems that the debates should shift from deciding on whether health care is a right or privilege to the methods of achieving a sustainable health care system in which every U.S.citizen has an equal right to health care
The concept of healthcare as a right is not as strong as a privilege is. Yet a deeper analysis of the concept of healthcare will show that healthcare is neither a right nor a privilege. Indeed the popular question whether healthcare is a right or a privilege paradoxically keeps one’s mind distracted from which the idea of one’s right or privilege originates by allowing him or her to choose exclusively from two sets of polar answers.
Does life include healthcare? If yes, then everyone should be provided with healthcare. Unfortunately, this is not the case in the United States of America. In 2011, there are 48.6 million Americans that are uninsured or without health insurance (“Highlights: 2011,” n.d.).
Many forces within modern-life have steered to religion privatization. Majority of them are part of the overall modernism while a number of them steer into secularism wherein officials and governments govern a nation without needing religion, as well as without approving any specific established of principles.
ts genesis in a French law enacted to prohibit students wearing signs or attire through which they exhibit conspicuously a religious affiliation in public elementary schools, junior high schools and high schools. In addition, the law also authorise school management to