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The Public(Day) School System The idea of passing on knowledge and ideals has existed as long as there have been people. Older generations teach the younger generation skills and information to better understand life as we know it. According to Kate Broome of Science Trends (2018)[4], the father of the modern-day public school system is Horace Mann. He was the Secretary of Education and championed an organized set curriculum of knowledge for each student. The Home School System The Boarding School System Conclusion

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  • Eine Ganztagsschule (auch Ganztagesschule oder Tagesschule) ist eine Schule mit dem Ziel, Schüler während eines großen Teils des Tages unterzubringen. Sie stellt eine Alternative zum Schulhort dar und wird teilweise auch als Kooperationsverbund von Schule und Schulhort betrieben. Die Ganztagsschule grenzt sich ab einerseits gegen die Normalschule (ohne Mittagessen, ohne (Haus-)Aufgabenhilfe oder Betreuung außerhalb der Lektionen) und andererseits gegen Internate, in denen die Kinder bzw. Jugendlichen auch den Abend, die Nacht und überdies je nachdem das Wochenende verbringen. Die Freizeit und die Unterrichtszeit sind in der (gebundenen) Ganztagsschule verschränkt und bilden eine Einheit. Die Kinder müssen für jeden Tag der Woche angemeldet werden, und die Anwesenheit ist verpflichtend. Die Schüler gehen je nach Schule meist zwischen 16 und 17 Uhr nach Hause, nachher wird oft eine Spätbetreuung angeboten. Das Betreuungsangebot wird in vielen Schulen auch an autonomen Tagen gewährleistet. Ganztagsschulen stellen eine Schulform dar, die im Zuge der Gleichstellungspolitik und der Diskussion um Chancengleichheit in ihrer Verbreitung zunimmt. Eine bereits hohe Verbreitung haben sie unter anderem in Frankreich und Skandinavien. (de)
  • The Public(Day) School System The idea of passing on knowledge and ideals has existed as long as there have been people. Older generations teach the younger generation skills and information to better understand life as we know it. According to Kate Broome of Science Trends (2018)[4], the father of the modern-day public school system is Horace Mann. He was the Secretary of Education and championed an organized set curriculum of knowledge for each student. The public school system focuses on a setlist of teaching guidelines, also known as a curriculum. Almost every student in a given school learns precisely the same thing. The system is Henry Ford's assembly line; instead of putting cars together, we put knowledge into children. It is a very effective idea and works for a large number of people; however, it has not changed in a significant way since its inception. The Home School System Before Horace Mann and the structured school system, what did people do? Enter home school. The current public school system is less than 200 years old; homeschooling methods date back to the beginning of time. The older methods focused on skills and knowledge and were usually a one on one style of teaching. The idea of a father teaching his children to hunt for survival comes to mind, or a mother showing her children how to plant a garden. Sir Ken Robinson speaks about how schools kill creativity (2007)[3]; he cites the example of a young girl called Gillian Lynne. "At the age of eight, Gillian was already viewed as a problem student with a probable learning difficulty due to her inability to sit still and concentrate. Her mother sought a medical explanation for Gillian's constant fidgeting and lack of focus. The doctor suggested they speak privately. As the two adults got up to leave, the doctor turned on the radio. Left alone in a music-filled room, young Gillian began to dance. Observing her through the window, the doctor turned to her mother. Gillian's not sick; she is a dancer." Gillian became one of the world's most successful choreographers with works like Cats, Phantom of the Opera, and many others. Both public school and home school have a purpose and suit a specific type of learning style. A child who has a problem focusing or needs to move around a lot may do better in a home school setting with a little more flexibility. While someone like myself who found the public school system fun and interesting might do well in that setting. The Boarding School System A boarding school is basically a live-in private school. Students follow a highly structured day where meals, athletics, study times, activities, and free time are all predetermined. They are generally for grades 9-12, the high school years. One of the significant benefits of boarding school, according to Robert Kennedy of ThoughtCo. (2020)[2] is that it builds the student's independence and confidence while giving them an always on-call support network via the school faculty. Boarding schools also give children a chance to "try everything." It's hard to find what your children love, so we often expose them to new things to figure that out. The boarding school system has that built-in. There are some drawbacks, of course. According to Brighton & Hove Psychotherapy (2017)[1], a mental state of attachment trauma is sometimes seen in adults who were former boarding school students, aptly named Boarding School Syndrome (BSS). Adults who suffer from BSS find it difficult to form any genuine, close, intimate relationship. Interestingly, Brighton & Hove see very similar issues in people subject to the social care system. Aside from possible mental health concerns, boarding schools are often very expensive and out of reach for middle-class families. Finally, parents of boarding school students have to delegate their everyday parental duties to someone else they probably don't even know. Conclusion Between the three significant types of school structure in the United States, Boarding School, Home School, and Public School, they all serve a purpose. In a public school children learn there during the school day and go home at the end of the day to be with their family. While boarding school is a home away from home, the students get a more rigorous education. Finally, home school allows learning at home.. (en)
  • La scuola diurna è l'istituto di educazione attivo solamente in orario diurnale. Essendo la contrapposizione al collegio scolastico in un cui gli studenti convivono in modo stabile, il termine acquisisce più significato nei paesi in cui i college sono maggiormente diffusi e dove costituiscono lo standard scolastico dopo l'adolescenza. (it)
  • Uma escola diurna — ao contrário de um internato — é uma instituição educacional em que crianças e adolescentes recebem instruções durante o dia, após o que os estudantes retornam às suas casas. Uma escola diurna programas integrais (quando comparados aos ). Uma escola de um dia é uma série única de palestras ou aulas, que acontecem em um único dia, geralmente sobre um tópico específico e geralmente direcionadas a alunos adultos com pouco tempo de sobra. (pt)
  • 全日制學校,相對於而言。全日制的學校無分上午班、下午班,即是學生課程表/時間表全日都有課程要上,中間應加插更多小息時間、自修課、勞作課、體育課和午餐時間。 (zh)
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  • La scuola diurna è l'istituto di educazione attivo solamente in orario diurnale. Essendo la contrapposizione al collegio scolastico in un cui gli studenti convivono in modo stabile, il termine acquisisce più significato nei paesi in cui i college sono maggiormente diffusi e dove costituiscono lo standard scolastico dopo l'adolescenza. (it)
  • Uma escola diurna — ao contrário de um internato — é uma instituição educacional em que crianças e adolescentes recebem instruções durante o dia, após o que os estudantes retornam às suas casas. Uma escola diurna programas integrais (quando comparados aos ). Uma escola de um dia é uma série única de palestras ou aulas, que acontecem em um único dia, geralmente sobre um tópico específico e geralmente direcionadas a alunos adultos com pouco tempo de sobra. (pt)
  • 全日制學校,相對於而言。全日制的學校無分上午班、下午班,即是學生課程表/時間表全日都有課程要上,中間應加插更多小息時間、自修課、勞作課、體育課和午餐時間。 (zh)
  • Eine Ganztagsschule (auch Ganztagesschule oder Tagesschule) ist eine Schule mit dem Ziel, Schüler während eines großen Teils des Tages unterzubringen. Sie stellt eine Alternative zum Schulhort dar und wird teilweise auch als Kooperationsverbund von Schule und Schulhort betrieben. Die Ganztagsschule grenzt sich ab einerseits gegen die Normalschule (ohne Mittagessen, ohne (Haus-)Aufgabenhilfe oder Betreuung außerhalb der Lektionen) und andererseits gegen Internate, in denen die Kinder bzw. Jugendlichen auch den Abend, die Nacht und überdies je nachdem das Wochenende verbringen. (de)
  • The Public(Day) School System The idea of passing on knowledge and ideals has existed as long as there have been people. Older generations teach the younger generation skills and information to better understand life as we know it. According to Kate Broome of Science Trends (2018)[4], the father of the modern-day public school system is Horace Mann. He was the Secretary of Education and championed an organized set curriculum of knowledge for each student. The Home School System The Boarding School System Conclusion (en)
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  • Day school (en)
  • Ganztagsschule (de)
  • Scuola diurna (it)
  • Escola diurna (pt)
  • 全日制學校 (zh)
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