Robert Dale (@robertdale)
Because private institutions govern themselves, this also means that they are not forced to adhere to state requirements for the curriculum, though most do anyway. The most important benefit of this is that this allows the schools to provide extraordinary coursework. For example, if parents want their children to have their education supplemented with a religious curriculum, a private education is by far the best route. Or, if a parent has a child particularly gifted in the arts or some other specific subject, they can send them to an academy with an exceptional art, science, or whatever department it is the child excels in.
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