A legally constituted collection of institutions, within defined geographic and/or philosophical boundaries, that collaborate in teaching students of less than college age.
a district whose public schools are administered together
a civil division of the State, and the board of education is the agency to which the State delegates the power and duty of controlling the schools in the district
a subordinate agency of the State, and the Legislature can abolish them or change their boundaries without consulting the inhabitants
a unique body corporate and politic , usually with Districts being coequal to that of a city or a county , and has similar powers including taxation and eminent domain
a unique body corporate and politic, usually with standing before the law coequalto that of a city or a county , and has similarpowers including taxation and eminent domain
Each Florida county is a school district. District officials are in charge of the operation and administration of K-12 schools, which are part of Florida's public education. There are 67 regular (county) school districts in Florida, plus designated developmental research schools in some of the state universities.
The administrative boundaries of a legally administered public agency within a locality or state/province/region.
The school district that a given property belongs to where typically the school aged children living at a given property location would attend.
School district created or constituted by the provisions of The Schools Act, or a school district created by the provisions of this Act, whether as originally created or after an alteration of its boundaries. (Note: New legislation, introduced in 1996, reduced the number of school districts to 10 from 27. The new districts are nondenominational. The new Schools Act and Education Act came into effect January 3, 1997. In addition, amendments were made to the Schools Act in May, 1997 to establish a Conseil scolaire francophone provincial de Terre-Neuve et du Labrador, increasing the number of school districts to 11.)
An education agency at the local level created to operate public schools within a community or group of communities.
(more formally known as a Local Education Agency or LEA) A school district is a government entity, usually with an elected board of trustees, that governs public schools in a specific geographic area. School districts receive money to build and operate schools from local, state and federal resources. A school district is sometimes called a K-12 district (or a preK-12 district) to refer to the grade levels in the schools.
The name of the school district where the listing is located. For example: Santa Rosa.
One of 32 groupings of city school districts. The districts' community school boards have been replaced by Community District Education Councils.
The administrative unit that exists at the local level to assist in the operation of public schools and to contract for school services. The terms "local education agency," "local basic administrative unit," and "district" may be used instead of school district.
A geographic area in British Columbia constituted as a district under the School Act. There are currently 59 school districts and one Francophone Education Authority.
A geographic area constituted as a district under the School Act. There are currently 59 school districts and the Francophone Education Authority in the province.
An education agency at the local level that exists primarily to operate public schools or to contract for public school services. Synonyms are "local basic administrative unit" and "local education agency." (See Local education agency.)
Geographic entities within which state, county, or local officials provide public educational services for the area's residents. The boundaries and names are provided by state officials.
School districts are a form of special-purpose district which serves to operate the local public primary and secondary schools.