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The U.S. ranks 95th in private high school students

According to data gathered by UNESCO in 2007, 8.76% all secondary school students in the United States are enrolled in private schools, which makes the United States rank ninety-fifth in that category. Bangladesh ranks first, at 95.63%. The world average is 18.21%.

  1. 2 December 2009 at 6:53 pm

    I guess that doesn’t surprise me that much. Most people probably feel their public school are good enough. I am a strong proponent for private schools, mainly to have my child receive an education in a safe, nurturing environment. But more importantly being taught by teachers who do not belong to a union and who have the same beliefs that I try to teach at home. I also want an environment that if the teacher is not “make the grade” in the classroom, it doesn’t take an act of Congress to get them out. http://www.theadmissionsguy.com

  1. 8 December 2009 at 9:35 am

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