What are the (main) differences/similarities between state and public schools?
How is/are(a) state school(s) different from/similar to(a) public one(s)?
How are state and public schools alike?
Position→Identify the similarities/differences （区分相似性／相异处）
They are like chalk and cheese; public schools are only interested in making money while state-run schools focus on education.
State schools bear no relation to public ones; state-run institutions only teach the bare minimum whereas public schools work the students to death.
There's a world of difference between state and public schools, especially in regards to the quality and quantity of facilities that they have on offer.
One of the major contrasts/distinguishing features is the teaching quality, as public schools usually attract teachers of higher calibre.
What sets public and state schools apart is the tuition fees as state-run institutions are up to 10 times cheaper than their counterparts.
The most striking resemblance is the course content as they both use exactly the same books and materials.
I can't tell them apart; teaching quality, course content, school grounds and facilities are all identical as far as I can tell.
I can't draw a distinction between state and public schools; as far as I know they are identical in educational content and school facilities.
Support→Provide an example（举例）
A classic/prime/fine/typical example of this is a public school called Wego.
A public school called Wego is a classic/prime/fine/typical example of this.
Take my high school which is state-run for example, we didn't even have a basketball court.
There's no better example than the state-run primary school I attended.
In one case, there was a public school which declared bankruptcy just after the new semester commenced and all tuition fees had been collected.
In some instances public schools actually have a higher teacher to student ratio than state schools.
A case in point is the newly opened public primary school in my area.
There are many state schools which are just as popular as public schools. …, to name but a few. (used when giving many examples)