• Students With Special Needs And Private Schools: What Does The Public School System Provide?

    If your child has special needs and isn't thriving in a public school setting, or if your child is getting ready to start school for the first time, you might feel a private school would be best. Private schoolsoften have a lower student-teacher ratio, resulting in more one-on-one time between your child and his or her teacher. Private schools also often offer specialized skill-based and advanced placement classes that may not be available at a public school.
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