The Impact of Private Schools on the US Education System

As an expert in the field of education, I have closely observed the ongoing discussion surrounding private schools in the United States. These schools are not under government control and are owned and governed by independent entities, such as religious bodies or independent boards of trustees. This has resulted in a diverse range of examination boards and academic authorities, with 30 different ones currently examining certificates of completion of studies. While state funding plays a crucial role in the finances of most private schools, they are still required to undergo state inspections similar to those of public schools.

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