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Should private education be banned?
Private education is wrong and should be ended.
The original intention of private schools is no longer relevant now that we have universal education.
Some private schools do not have to follow the national curriculum.
Private schools undermine meritocratic societies.
An education system with little or no private education provides better overall results.
Wealthy families participating in public schools could bring overall improvements.
Private education leads to greater societal inequality.
Private schools enhance individual and educational freedom.
Private schools are safer than public schools.
Kids Are Safer When They’re in Private Schools
Private schools are
Private schools add a greater diversity of options for children.
If people would pay for education directly, universities would compete with each other to gain more students. Rivalisation means higher quality of education.
Private education is a form of consentual exchange of goods and services (in this case money and tutoring) which does no direct harm and denies no rights to any other person and should therefore constitute a part of basic human freedom.
It is a parental right to decide how to educate children, thus the ability to choose private schools should be guaranteed.
Private schools can offer facilities and opportunities for students with specific needs that they would not find in a state school.
Private schools preserve traditions that are absent, or otherwise impractical to maintain, in the state system.
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