TER #8 - Derek Hull TER #8 Privatization 03/16/10 EDT 190...

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Derek Hull TER #8 “Privatization” 03/16/10 EDT 190 Section A TER #8 I do not think that privatization is as big of an issue as some of the others that have been in the book. I can see how it could be an issue of importance but I do not think that it makes that much of a difference whether a student is taught in a private, charter, voucher, or public school. I see both the positives and the negatives of both sides of privatization. I also do not really see the issue of having a company run a school if it gets the students the skills to get a job. There is one big positive for being for privatization. That is that it would give students and parents more choice in the school that they went to. It would give students an opportunity to go to a better school that they could not have gone to because it was across town. Another smaller potential positive is that it could raise the standard for all schools. I believe that competition raises everyone’s performance. If there were competition for student’s tuition, the school would have to perform well to get the
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This note was uploaded on 09/22/2011 for the course EDT 190 taught by Professor Dr.thomaskopp during the Spring '11 term at Miami University.

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TER #8 - Derek Hull TER #8 Privatization 03/16/10 EDT 190...

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