A place for learned intercourse and instruction; an institution for learning; an educational establishment; a place for acquiring knowledge and mental training; as, the school of the prophets.
A place of primary instruction; an establishment for the instruction of children; as, a primary school; a common school; a grammar school.
A session of an institution of instruction.
An assemblage of scholars; those who attend upon instruction in a school of any kind; a body of pupils.
To train in an institution of learning; to educate at a school; to teach.
An institution of learning and education.
Enclosed, marked out area used for the training and exercise of the horse. (See also Manege)
Pre-16 (age of US 10th grade and below) education.
A postsecondary educational institution, such as a college, university, or career school. In this handbook, the term "school" refers to such an institution.
A unit which the institution has formed from a grouping of Departments (which are equivalent to DEETÕs Academic Organizational Units) for the purposes of budgeting and planning. Name Abbreviation New Name in 1994 Architecture and Engineering Arch. and Eng. Business and Law Bus. and Law Commerce and Law Education Education Health Science Health Sc. Humanities and Social Sciences Hum. and Soc. Sc. Science Science Visual and Performing Arts Vis. and Perf. Arts
An institution of higher education, a proprietary institution of higher education, or a postsecondary vocational school declared eligible by the U.S. Department of Education to participate in one or more Title IV programs. Some guarantors may require schools to complete a separate agency-specific participation agreement.
An institution that provides preschool, elementary, and/or secondary instruction and may provide other education-related services to students; has one or more teachers; is located in one or more buildings; and has an assigned administrator.
an educational institution; "the school was founded in 1900"
a building where young people receive education; "the school was built in 1932"; "he walked to school every morning"
the process of being formally educated at a school; "what will you do when you finish school?"
educate in or as if in a school; "The children are schooled at great cost to their parents in private institutions"
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a community - a community with the specific purpose of educating children to be successful members of our democratic society
a conditioning institution where the powers that be force an idea down the throats of adolescent maliable minds
a department within an institution of higher learning that gives instruction in a specialized field, e
a government institution
a learning institute and not a gambling den
a learning organizism which lives and breathes from the interactive relationship of the staff with their students
an academic institution, not a courtroom or administrative hearing room
an amazing place that is very dear to my heart
an educational institute where a child socializes, gets high-grade development, becomes the full member of the society
an educational institution where marketing campaigns have little to do
an excellent example of what we ordinarily mean by an institution
an institute to educate the pupils to serve God and the neighbour in public life
an institution a student attends to be taught things
an institution which mainly provides primary or secondary education
an institution whose purpose is to teach, leaving customs and traditions to be taught where they ought to be-at home
an organic place, which changes and is in flux all the time
a place for knowledge and not the place for religious training
a place of learning and a group is a collection of people with an interest in one particular subject
a place of learning and so it is sacred
a place of learning and the
a place that contains many jobs
a place where one learns about the totality, the wholeness of life
a place where one learns both the importance of knowledge and its irrelevance
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a place where people, especially young people, are educated
a place where pupils' minds are developed, where knowledge is imparted and where pupils are taught to understand the world
a place where several cultures come together and learn on an equal plane
a place where you learn things
a place which educates its pupils - picks out their wrongdoings, gives them a chance and guides them on the right path SO THAT as adults its pupils will not repeat such wrongdoings which could cause them to spend time in jail
a place which "provides elementary or secondary education as determined under state law
a public place where you go, as a neutral being, to learn to have a critical mind
a temple of learning
a type of education al institution
learn-and-forget method highly recommended
An establishment for primary or secondary education created by the Education Act.
Usually elementary, middle, or high schools. Also a catch-all term for any place of education e.g., law school, graduate school.
An accredited institution that awards financial aid to the student.
The school where the practitioner attended before post-graduate education and before starting to practice medicine. For doctors, this would be their Medical School.
An institution of education. In the US, the term 'school' can be used interchangably for high school, college or university.
A place designated for learning. The range of institutions covered by the term varies from country to country.
building or group of buildings used as an institution for study, teaching, and learning (academy, college, high school, university).
A place of education that a child will go to usually during the ages of 11-16, where the final qualification will be the . Students have the option to carry on studying into and ultimately . Some schools offer sixth form, which is the equivalent of a providing higher education.
an educational institution which provides primary or secondary education on a full-time daily basis, or by radio or correspondence.
Your school or institution determines your financial aid eligibility, recommends and then certifies loan amounts, as well as monitors your enrollment status.