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How To Choose A School for your child? The Do’s and Don’ts

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How To Choose A School for your child? The Do’s and Don’ts
Choosing a School

Survival in today’s world means to go forward and face the cut-throat competition. This race starts with the very basics of the elementary or the primary education of every preceding generation. The most vital task for every parent these days is to choose the right school for their kids. We believe that the foundation needs to be strong, not only the building. It is a belief that these days choosing a school in India is the toughest job and parents need to be alert while doing it.

Parent Perspective:

For today’s parent money is not an issue to spend as the trend goes for one or two kids with both parents are working. So they think that a posh school that will suit our social status will but good. They get mesmerised with the architecture but forget that schools are not there for giant infrastructure. Schools are for providing quality education to their child. They go ahead and agree to all the false promises that the school makes initially. And later repent of their decision. Not all schools are the same, but we do not deny that majority of them are the same.

Knock – Knock: Have you appropriately researched?

Analyze the child as well as family need:

  • Bookworm v/s Experiments:
    It is entirely your call whether you want your child to be a bookworm or you want him to get practical exposure.
  • Funds: Make a note of how much you are ready to support the child’s education as there are schools where you need to pay 1 Lakh per year and that are not worth paying. Moreover, on the other hand, there are schools where you spend a lesser amount, and you are content with that.
  • Curriculum Choice: While choosing the curriculum parents to have to understand that the difference in the pattern will also bring a difference in the methodology and the difficulty level of studies. Keeping the type of education boards in mind is also necessary. So be prepared for making them clear their difficulties or if you can send them the tuition. The higher studies tend to have the higher level of difficulty.

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