Private vs Public Options — What’s the Difference?

Private vs. Public Schools: What’s the Difference?

Your goal is to find a school that will meet your child’s needs. But how do you choose between a public school and a private school? If you are interested in private schools, you can visit sites similar to mytopschools.co.uk or your local private school for more information. However, if you are interested in checking out public schools, there are a lot of local public schools available in your neighborhood.

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The Bottom Line

There are a few fundamental differences between public and private schools, but here’s the bottom line: There are great private schools like https://www.hebronlions.org, and there are great public schools too. The trick is finding the school that best fits your child’s needs. You may also want to consider public charter schools or homeschooling. It’s a good idea to research the schools that interest you and, to get a true picture of the school, visit in person.

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Has Competition from Public Education “killed” the thriving Industry of Private Education?

Hardly!

Neither will Competition from a Public Option in Health Care, “kill” the thriving Industry of Private Insurance — assuming they actually have a Product, that People are willing to pay for!

and if they don’t …?

A little Quality Control, CAN be a very Good thing!

Private vs. Public Schools [Health Care Options]: What’s the Difference?

Your goal is to find a school [Insurance Plan] that will meet your child’s needs [and your needs]. But how do you choose between a public school [Plan] and a private school [Plan]?

[… interesting list of Pros and Cons …]

The Bottom Line

There are a few fundamental differences between public and private schools [Insurance Plans], but here’s the bottom line: There are great private [Insurance Plans] schools and there are [SHOULD BE a] great public [Insurance Plan] schools. The trick is finding the school [Plan] that best fits your child’s needs [and your needs]. You may also want to consider public [State Plans] charter schools or [local Co-operatives] homeschooling. It’s a good idea to research the schools [Insurance Plans] that interest you and, to get a true picture of the school [Care Provided], visit in person.

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Competition in Education, hasn’t “ended” Private Schools in America — indeed, many prefer to pay the extra fees, for the perceived better Quality. As a parent or guardian of a child, if you can afford to send them to private school, allowing them to be a part of something like Ravenscroft Summer Camps and having their best interests at heart, why wouldn’t you go with this option? Education can really affect your child’s life and future career so looking at private schools in houston might be a good option. This is something worth thinking about.

Competition in Health Care, which includes a Public Option, won’t “end” Private Insurance either — many will still prefer to pay the extra fees, for the perceived better Quality of Private Care.

But the issue is to give the People the Choice!

If anything having the “Universal Choice” to a Public Education, has “forced” the Private Schools competing with them to be all the better — and isn’t that the point?



To provide a better a Quality Product — for all?

We Must Decide — either Health Care, like Education, is part of “Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness”, or it is Not!

It is time for Americans to decide, who’s Quality of Life we’re willing to protect —

The People’s Quality of Life, or the Private Insurers?

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A country where Everyone has Equal Opportunity for Health, Wealth, and Peace of Mind —

It CAN Happen!

Private vs. Public Health Care Options: What’s the Difference?

Your goal is to find a Insurance Plan that will meet your child’s needs, and your needs. But how do you choose between a public Plan and a private Plan?

[… a significant list of Pros and Cons …]

The Bottom Line

There are a few fundamental differences between public and private Insurance Plans, but here’s the bottom line: There are great private Insurance Plans and there IS a great PUBLIC Insurance Plan too. The trick is finding the Plan that best fits your child’s needs and your needs. You may also want to consider public State Plans or local Co-operatives. It’s a good idea to research the Insurance Plans that interest you and, to get a true picture of the Care Provided, visit in person.

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What constitutes a “Quality Product” can indeed, depends on the “eye of the beholder” — ask any GOP spokesperson.

The Party of NO, is Fighting for the Status Quo

But we should ask them one Question:



If Private Insurers truly have a “Quality Product” to offer —

Why are they worried about a little competition from a Public Plan?


Public Schools haven’t put Private Schools out of Business!

If they have a “Quality Product” they have nothing to worry about from a non-profit Public Option, nothing at all!

Just as Public Schools have NOT put Private Schools out of business —

Neither will Public Health Care — it will only increase the Quality and Opportunities for all —

And isn’t that what America is SUPPOSED to be all about?

(Well, that use to be the point … the Land of Opportunities! … and we still can be, that again.)

1 comment

    • jamess on June 14, 2009 at 9:30 pm
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    Tips for taking the stigma out of “Public Opportunities”

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