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3 Reasons Why Teachers Enjoy Working in Private Schools

When it comes to figuring out where you want to teach, aspiring teachers have two options. They can either choose to teach in a private school or a public school. Many people prefer one over the other, but so many teachers lean towards working in a private education school over the latter.

So why do so many teachers prefer to work in private schools? Let's take a look at a few of the most common reasons.

Private school teachers tend to really love the idea of having a thin management structure. Since a private school is a private entity, it's not part of a large administrative group of schools or a school district. This is key because it allows for the teachers to deal with only a few people if there is a problem, question, or suggestion. In public schools, teachers have to go through different levels of bureaucracy and deal with many different administrators to solve even the simplest problems. Since private schools have administrators that are readily available, being a part of a union isn't necessary.

Many teachers also enjoy the idea of focusing on a smaller group of students at once. It allows them to form more of a relationship with their students and get to know them on a more one-on-one level. They are better able to focus on children's specific needs when the classes are smaller. Small class sizes with student-to-teacher ratios of 12:1 are fairly common at private schools, whereas class sizes of 35:1 are more likely in public schools. This is just another one of the advantages of private schools for teachers. However, smaller class sizes are also better for students.

Teachers and parents who work with a private school tend to have common goals. Since parents are paying a lot of money to send their children to those schools, it's important for them to be able to see their child receive the best education possible. Teachers are also extremely focused on goals such as college preparation, as they want their students to succeed at the highest level. This is another one of the many advantages of private schools.

Finally, many teachers feel like they have more of a voice in the smaller, more intimate settings of private schools. Of course, you can find amazing teachers in both public and private schools, but the advantages of private schools are clear. There's a reason so many parents, students, and teachers enjoy the private school experience.


 

 

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