March 23, 2017
Every parent wants the best possible education for their child, especially as they move into secondary or high school. Unlike years ago, parents now have so many more options to choose from when it comes to their children’s schooling. One of the main choices parents face is whether to enroll their kids in a public or charter school. Understanding the benefits of each type of school can be difficult, so below is a brief outline of what sets public and charter schools apart.
A Charter School
A charter school is an independently run school whose student specifically choose to attend that institution. Charter schools often specialize in one type of study, including “Real Estate & Facilities,” “Information Technology,” and “Human Resources.”
A Public School
A public school is supported by public funds. Every home located in that designated school district pays taxes, which go directly to their K – 12 public school system.
Regardless of the type of school your child goes to, they should always have the best, most sustainable equipment possible! Here at Nickerson Corporation, we are committed to engaging in environmentally friendly business practices and make it a priority to work with manufacturers who share similar values. To keep up with our green efforts, we offer products that are durable (to minimize waste), made from easily replicable parts (to eliminate the need to completely replace such products), and manufactured in a way that does not emit damaging products into our environment. For more information on how we can help you go green in your classroom, give us a call at (631) 666-0200!