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Q: What's best - kindergarten, public school or private school teaching?

Not just for money, but also just general conditions

9 years 39 weeks ago in  Teaching & Learning - China

 
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Kindergarten pays best but at the cost of your soul.
Public schools offer accommodation, amazing hours with lots of vacation, but medium salary.
Private school...prepare to have no life - good salary.

About sums it up

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Public university

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9 years 37 weeks ago
 
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I haz a friend who works at kindergarter, private school. He love his job so much he keeps talking about it non stop. But he says it's not for everyone. He, he love teaching children - singing, making funny faces - so it's all good. Pay is better than elsewhere, for sure. You work hard, but it's so much funzies you can't stop doing it

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9 years 36 weeks ago

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I think that public schools are the best because they build character. Within a private school a child may lack some experiences that form a great character, alongside regular kids.In private schools some forms of accelerated teaching may be used and very useful but the other kids could spoil a child .

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