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Public or Private School

  • Date Submitted: 07/23/2015 07:58 AM
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In Japan, a lot of mothers are worried about their children’s futures after graduating. “Which is better for our children, public school or private school? I have no idea.” The reason why mothers worry about it is that both public and private school have good points. I think public school is better than private school simply because the former requires less money. However, some people claim that private school is better. What are the differences between them and which type of school is better?

First, I will compare them regarding facilities including buildings and equipment. Both private school and public school have school buildings, library, cafeteria, personal computer rooms, printers, and projectors. However, private schools have more advanced facilities than public school do simply because they have a lot of money. For example, in Meiji University which is a private school, there is a beautiful and big library which is one of the biggest libraries in Japan, a three-story cafeteria, over five hundred personal computers, and thirteen-story buildings. The scale of everything in private schools is much larger than that of public ones. I am a student of Meiji University and am satisfied with the high quality facilities. However, I cannot use all of them properly in four school years, because there are too many facilities to use in a limited time. On the other hand, although public school has low quality and fewer facilities, they are enough for students to use in school life. My friend in Tokyo University, which is a public school says “In the cafeteria, the meal is good for students in that the cost is low and the volume is large. Additionally, the library is very quiet in order to concentrate on studying.” The important thing is whether students use facilities properly or not. Therefore, I recommend public school in relation to facilities.

Second, the quality of classes, which I think is the mothers’ concern. Both schools have a similar system where one...

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