The decision between public and private schooling for children is one many parents around the country have to make, but there are certainly benefits to the private side that are worth taking into consideration. With lower student populations filling private institutions, instructors have a greater opportunity to interact with and impact students on a much more individual level as opposed to teaching to a lecture hall or classroom full of students. Not only that, but community service requirements and thorough college preparation ensure that student development encompasses both the academic and the socially responsible side of young adulthood that students will encounter once they move on to higher education. In this infographic, we’ll take a look at some of the research and statistics on the benefits of private schooling from both the parent side and the student side of things.
The Numbers Behind Why 10% Of Families Choose Private Schools