The Durham Herald-Sun takes a look at the important symbiotic relationship that exists between all of North Carolina’s education models – traditional public, private, public charter, and home school.
The series will be following four students from across the state as they attend different schools. The Herald says, “Our goal isn’t to pick sides or suggest one method is better than any other. Instead, we want to give readers a sense of what these students experience day-to-day, to help inform and educate.”
In a 21st century world, citizens are accustomed to having numerous choices and options available in just about every aspect of life. North Carolina families appear to be calling for greater choice when it comes to their child’s education… and this means an array of options to choose from. Each student profiled in the series attends their current school for a different reason – wanting different curriculum, smaller class sizes, school location, and so forth. However, each is linked by the desire to receive a quality education that will prepare them for the future.
Check out the first installment here.