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Ian Ridley
English 111
Annotated Bibliography
June 11, 2013
What Will Next Year Bring?

After one of the craziest school years of my life, I sit across from my school counselor discussing the future of my education. As we go over what courses I will be taking for my senior year, my mind begins to wander. I start thinking about how amazing next year will be, coming back to high school and hanging out with friends. I then start to think about how I could make it better. One idea that pops into my mind is possibly going to a private school instead of coming back to my old public school. As I start to think of all of the good times I could have away from the family, a question rolls through my mind. The sources in this annotated bibliography have been selected, summarized and evaluated to help give information on which kind of school is better, a private or public secondary school?

United States. U.S. Department of Education. National Center for Education Statistics. “Digest of Education Statistics: 2011” nces.ed.gov. U.S. Department of Education. May. 2012. Web. 6 June 2013.
This is not an article, but more of a study. The NCES released this report to help inform the people of the United States. It give statistics on student teacher ratios in the public and private school systems. It also gives statistics about enrollment in the public school systems and also reports how well students are preforming in public schools. Some of the demographics given are on dropout rates and graduate rates with public schools. A majority of the report focuses on student performance. After that it talks about teaching salaries in public schools. This report was perfect for my essay because it gave me very strong facts about my topic. Also this is a credible source because it is a government office.

United States. U.S. Department of Education. U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan. "U.S. Education Secretary Warns That Automatic Budget Cuts Would Hurt Children and...

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