Are you a teacher? Do you prefer to teach in public or in private school?

@annierose (18955)
Philippines
April 12, 2009 5:44pm CST
I had read so many discussions here and I can say that some mylotters here are teachers. I like adding mylotters who has same career with me because teaching is my career too.The reason why I ask if you are a teacher is that I want to get your opinions teaching in public or in private school.Teaching in either of the two has its own advantages and disadvantages. In terms of number of students, I can say that teaching in private is much better here in our country. It is because not all parents can afford to send their children in an exclusive school.That is why there are only small or limited numbers of students.And because of that, the teacher finds it easy to teach. While, in terms of salary, public is much better because it gives you so many benefits.But in relation to number of students, I can say that a public school teacher must be so strong because there is really a big number of students in public school. Each students having distinct characteristics from each other. Aside from that responsibilities of teachers like the test paper, grades, and lesson plans, he or she is still responsible in helping each one of his or her students whenever a problem occurs.How about you fellow mylotters? Which school do you prefer more in teaching, public or private and why? Have a nice day to all and Happy mylotting.
1 response
@checapricorn (16065)
• United States
13 Apr 09
I[i] am teaching in the Philippines and was working in private institutions. I love it considering the fact that numbers of students is limited and we can really assist them one by one. I tried applying in public but I was too lazy to finish the process plus I don't know any public figure which is an edge to most of the applicants. I love both, it's a challenge![/i]
@annierose (18955)
• Philippines
14 Apr 09
hi checapricorn, Yes, I agree with you. I will be working in private school also. so you have already your license, right?