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Is there a difference between boarding schools and prisons?

They both restrict movement by anyone in and out.
They both have a uniform that must be worn at all times.
They both decide sleep duration, lights on, and lights out.
They both serve low quality food without dietary preferences.
They both need more people to keep operations running.
They both have cops (wardens or prefects) who maintain order.
They both decide when you can leave and who can see you.
They both use capital punishment for anyone who breaks their rules.
They both are funded and supported by the government.
They both exist in every country on earth regardless of religious, geographical, or economic background.
They both separate inmates and schoolmates based on artificial levels.
They both can decide to keep you longer or shorter depending on what they decide is good/bad behaviour.

So, what is the difference between boarding schools and prison?

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66.67%Yes, there is a difference ( 18 voters )
33.33%No, there is no difference ( 9 voters )
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