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My son went to a failing-by-NCLB-standards public school his first year and a few months of his second year. It went so badly he literally cried for the last hour or two almost every day. After we pulled him out to homeschool, I did quite a bit of research to determine what went wrong, in an effort not to repeat the problem. Based on that experience, I ...
This is very country specific, for this answer I wills assume this is in the US. I think this is really dependent on what metrics you use to define "bad". We had all of our kids go to public schools which most people in the area would probably refer to as "bad". Main reasons: lower income and less per-student spend, racially diverse, high percentage of ...
School is the place where the child starts their public relation. The child has to be surrounded by a good environment. So my advice is to give the child the education in a better school. (public or private , but the school should be surrounded by good environment)
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