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I went to public schools though. So you gonna stile my experiences?
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It's just that where I live the schools are awful and I don't want my kids in that environment. Very few are decent and the ones that are yt people went to great lengths to make predominately white (stopped the friggen buses and everything). 

I know there are good public schools though, I just like the way private schools are generally ran. Here even the public school teachers admit that their curriculum is more advanced comparatively. I don't know why, but it is. 


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Originally posted by iliveforbhm iliveforbhm wrote:

I went to public schools though. So you gonna stile my experiences?

but why are you acting like your experience is the majority experience?  if you went to a bad school, then you went to a bad school that does not mirror the experience at every public school.

to say the environment in a public school does more harm than good is a broad stroke, like i said.  nothing more, nothing less.
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Public schools are worst lack of funding, lack of parent involvement, weak course work across the board, its all around crappy education. I rather spend top dollar if I can't do homeschooling. Or move overseas to a nation with good education.

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Originally posted by ms_wonderland ms_wonderland wrote:

Originally posted by iliveforbhm iliveforbhm wrote:

I went to public schools though. So you gonna stile my experiences?

but why are you acting like your experience is the majority experience?  if you went to a bad school, then you went to a bad school that does not mirror the experience at every public school.

to say the environment in a public school does more harm than good is a broad stroke, like i said.  nothing more, nothing less.
No one said that, though. 


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Originally posted by OhMyCurlz OhMyCurlz wrote:

Originally posted by ms_wonderland ms_wonderland wrote:

Originally posted by iliveforbhm iliveforbhm wrote:

I went to public schools though. So you gonna stile my experiences?

but why are you acting like your experience is the majority experience?  if you went to a bad school, then you went to a bad school that does not mirror the experience at every public school.

to say the environment in a public school does more harm than good is a broad stroke, like i said.  nothing more, nothing less.
No one said that, though. 



Originally posted by OhMyCurlz OhMyCurlz wrote:

I've been homeschooled, been in private schools and public schools. I will never put my child in a public school especially in the "inner city". 

It doesn't matter how well you raise a child some environments do more harm than good. 


ook...were you talking about an environment other than public school?
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also, if you can afford private school, you can probably also afford to live in a better neighborhood, with better public schools.  no point in going to pvt school and living in the hood.
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I was talking about schools in the inner city, and yes, I'm pretty sure the general consensus is that those do not provide the best environment. 

Regardless, why do you care what I or someone else feels regarding the public school system? It varies by where you live. If you live somewhere where the public schools are great. Peachy! I don't...so my comment still stands. I was very specific that I was referring to myself and future children.

No. You can live in a neighborhood with houses 100,000+ and still be zoned for horrible schools. A horrible school system is not indicative of living in a horrible neighborhood. 



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Don't live in the hood and probably it will be overseas.
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I wouldn't mind sending my child to a private school if the public schools are not up to par where I live. My only issue is that I have no idea if there are private schools that are non-religious. 
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