Colleges Versus Regular High Schools


Nowadays, people find it hard to decide between regular high schools and colleges. Colleges are recommended rather than regular high schools by experts. Even though colleges have benefits like providing a good education, making people find a job easily; their costs are higher than those of regular schools.
First of all, it is a very well-known fact that colleges provide a better education than normal high schools. Colleges have more materials at hand than regular high schools. College students could easily access the internet and books in the school library, whereas regular high school students can't, as the libraries in regular high schools are not supported financially. Teachers in these schools aren't usually as qualified ascollege teachers, either. Because they know that they will receive their payment even if they slack off, which is not the case for college teachers -- they have to work hard to gain money.
Secondly, students graduating from colleges have a better chance of finding a job than the students of regular high schools, because their background knowledge is usually rich. Since finding a good job needs a good education most of the time, college students could find jobs more easily than other students. For instance, two friends of mine (one regular high school graduate, the college graduate) applied for the same job and the winner was the person who graduated from college.
Besides its benefits, college education has a harmful side: High costs of education. While a regular high school demands just an entrance fee the first year, a college demands large amounts of money every year the student attends the school. This is a big factor which prevents people from choosing the colleges.
Consequently, In spite of the fact that people know that most colleges are better than regular high schools, they can't affor them. If only the prices of colleges were cut down!
Super Sonic Colleges Versus Regular High Schools


Nowadays, people find it hard to decide between regular high schools and colleges. Colleges are recommended rather than regular high schools by experts. However, even though colleges have benefits like providing a good education, making people find a job easily;[making it easier for people to find jobs,] their costs are higher than those of regular schools.
First of all, it is a very well-known fact that colleges provide a better education than normal [you use "regular" elsewhere - need to keep the same word] high schools. Colleges have more materials to hand than regular high schools. College students could can easily access the internet and books in the school library, whereas regular high school students can't, as the libraries in regular high schools are not supported financially. Teachers in these schools aren't usually as qualified as college teachers, either. Because they know that they will receive their payment even if they slack off, which is not the case for college teachers -- they have to work hard to gain money. [Not quite clear - are you saying that college teacher are paid by results, whereas the school teaches are paid whatever they do and so do not put any effort into their teaching?]
Secondly, students graduating from colleges have a better chance of finding a job than the students of regular high schools. because their background knowledge is usually rich. Since finding a good job usually needs a good education most of the time, college students could will find jobs more easily than other students. For instance, two friends of mine (one regular high school graduate, the college graduate) applied for the same job and the winner was the person who graduated from college.
Besides Apart from its benefits, college education has a harmful side: High costs the high cost of education. While a regular high school demands just an entrance fee the first year, a college demands large amounts of money every year the student attends the school. This is a big factor which prevents people from choosing the colleges.
Consequently,in spite of the fact that people know that most colleges are better than regular high schools, they can't afford to go to them. If only the prices of colleges were cut down!

Emotion: smile
[Not quite clear - are you saying that college teacher are paid by results, whereas the school teaches are paid whatever they do and so do not put any effort into their teaching?] Yeah, I was trying to say that. That is the case in my country.

And, thank you so much.
Students: Are you brave enough to let our tutors analyse your pronunciation?
Not only in yours - teachers at regular high schools are lazier than students are! I don't know whether college teachers are more hard-working... colleges in my country aren't respected much. It is even somewhat ignominious to study in a college rather than in a university - especially that being admitted to university isn't such a hard thing - especially if you have the money to pay for a 'free' university.

Well, I hope I won't need to study in a free university - it's much better to pass the 13th Grade and then try again towards a university Emotion: wink