Join Date: Mar 2011
Location: Kalamazoo, MI
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I was just saying that even without state and government jobs citizens will still have to pay someone to do the same tasks. Who's gonna do road repairs/cleanups? What about IRS, SBA, NHTSA, FBI, Treasury Dept., DEA, ICE, FDA, EEOC etc? You think these sectors of our society will just go away? NO, someone will still have to pay to keep these running.
When talking about private vs public schools, both have pros and cons. Being a teacher I prefer public schools for several reasons.
Public schools offer more choice in curriculum, builds community relationships for both parent and student, access to sports programs,access to arts and music programs, teachers are certified educational instructors (private school teachers do not have to be certified) and Low cost
I hope you also realize also that private schools usually choose not to accept students with special needs because that will require them to hire extra staff and classes which will cost them more money. Another thing to consider is that private schools dont have to follow a curriculum. Since they are privately owned they can decide what subjects they want to teach (most private schools are religion oriented). So you could end up with two kids who went to the same school in the same town that dont know the same stuff. What would that do to college entrance exams, and how will we be able to standardize what the kids are learning?