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State schools, or public schools are generally primary or secondary schools which are mandated to offer education to all children without charge, and they are funded in whole or in part by taxation. Wikipedia

  • Kindergarten

    Preschool educational approach based on playing, singing, practical activities such as drawing, and social interaction as part of the transition from home to school. Such institutions were originally made in the late 18th century in Bavaria and Alsace to serve children whose parents both worked outside home. Wikipedia

  • Education in Australia

    Education in Australia encompasses the sectors of early childhood education (preschool) and primary education (primary schools), followed by secondary education (high schools), tertiary education (universities and Registered Training Organisations (RTO's). Primarily the responsibility of the States and territories, however the Australian Government also plays a funding role. Wikipedia

  • Ninth year of school education in some school systems. Often the first school year of high school in the United States, or the last year of middle/junior high school. Wikipedia

  • Brentwood College School

    Co-educational boarding school that focuses on preparing students for the challenges of post-secondary education. Located on Vancouver Island in Mill Bay, British Columbia, Canada. Wikipedia

  • Bilingual educational diploma, which certifies the completion of secondary studies in a European School or Accredited European School by the Board of Governors of the intergovernmental organisation, "The European Schools". Awarded for the successful achievement of coursework and concomitant examinations which require that students take a minimum of 10 courses as well as be fully proficient in two languages. Wikipedia

  • Education in the United States

    Provided in public, private, and home schools. State governments set overall educational standards, often mandate standardized tests for K–12 public school systems and supervise, usually through a board of regents, state colleges, and universities. Wikipedia

  • Institute of technology

    Institution of tertiary education (such as a university or college) that specializes in engineering, technology, applied science, and natural sciences. The institutes of technology and polytechnics have been in existence since at least the 18th century, but became popular after World War II with the expansion of engineering and applied science education, associated with the new needs created by industrialization. Wikipedia

  • School

    Educational institution designed to provide learning spaces and learning environments for the teaching of students under the direction of teachers. Sometimes compulsory. Wikipedia

  • Flagstaff High School

    Secondary school in Flagstaff, Arizona. Flagstaff High School has been opened to the public since 1923. Wikipedia

  • Secondary education in Italy

    Divided in two stages: scuola secondaria di primo grado , also known as scuola media, corresponding to the ISCED 2011 Level 2, middle school and scuola secondaria di secondo grado (upper secondary school), which corresponds to the ISCED 2011 Level 3, high school. The middle school lasts three years from the age of 11 to age 14, and the upper secondary from 14 to 19. Wikipedia

  • Lincoln Southwest High School

    Lincoln Public Schools high school which is located on 74 acres adjacent to Wilderness Park in Lincoln, Nebraska. Southwest offer dual enrollment education through three local tertiary education institutions. Wikipedia

  • Public high school in Kennewick, Washington, the second of three comprehensive high schools in the Kennewick School District. Kamiakin opened in the fall of 1970 and serves the district's northwest portion. Wikipedia

  • Autodidacticism

    Education without the guidance of masters (such as teachers and professors) or institutions (such as schools). Generally, autodidacts are individuals who choose the subject they will study, their studying material, and the studying rhythm and time. Wikipedia

  • Sunday school

    Educational institution, usually Christian in character. Sunday school classes usually precede a Sunday church service and are used to provide catechesis to Christians, especially children and teenagers, and oftentimes adults as well. Wikipedia

  • Hardenhuish School

    Large mixed secondary school and sixth form in Chippenham, Wiltshire, for students aged 11 to 18. Academy. Wikipedia

  • Educational institution with branches located in the five provinces of Pakistan. There are a total of 168 branches in the whole country. Wikipedia

  • Rose Bay Secondary College

    Government-funded co-educational dual modality partially academically selective and comprehensive secondary day school, located in Dover Heights, an eastern Sydney suburb of New South Wales, Australia. The New South Wales Department of Education established the college in 2003 as a result of the merger of Dover Heights and Vaucluse high schools. Wikipedia

  • Education in the Philippines

    Provided by public and private schools, colleges, universities, and technical and vocational institutions in the country. Funding for public education comes from the national government. Wikipedia

  • Our Lady of Fatima University

    Higher Education Institution in the Philippines known for its allied medical sciences programs and also offers Basic Education units (Pre-School, Grade school, and Junior High School), Senior High School, Undergraduate, Graduate, and Post Graduate degrees. Established in year 1967 by Jose Olivares and his son-in-law, Dr. Vicente M. Santos Sr. OLFU currently has six campuses located in Valenzuela City and Quezon City in Metro Manila, Antipolo in Rizal, San Fernando City in Pampanga, Cabanatuan City in Nueva Ecija and Santa Rosa City in Laguna. Wikipedia

  • St John De Britto Anglo-Indian High School, Fort Kochi

    Secondary school in Fort Cochin, Kerala, India. Named after John de Britto, a 17th-century Portuguese Jesuit missionary and martyr. Wikipedia

  • Theodore Roosevelt High School (Kent, Ohio)

    Public high school in Kent, Ohio, United States. Only high school in Kent and the Kent City School District and serves students in grades 9–12 living in Kent, Franklin Township, Brady Lake, and Sugar Bush Knolls as well as a small portion of southern Streetsboro. Wikipedia

  • Private, Roman Catholic, all-girls high school in Pawtucket, Rhode Island. Located in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Providence. Wikipedia

  • Taught at a earlier age, Mathematics education in the United Kingdom is largely carried out at ages 11–16 at secondary school. However voluntary Mathematics education in the UK takes place from 16-18, in sixth forms and other forms of further education. Wikipedia

  • Glasgow School of Art

    Higher education art school offering undergraduate degrees; post-graduate awards (both taught and research-led) and PhDs in architecture, fine art and design based in Glasgow, Scotland. Housed in a number of buildings in the centre of Glasgow, upon Garnethill, an area first developed by William Harley of Blythswood Hill in the early 1800s. Wikipedia

  • Nripendra Narayan Memorial High School

    Oldest educational institution in Tufanganj subdivision. At the center of the town and is of historical importance regarding education in pre-independent India. Wikipedia

  • Business school and Higher Education institution based out of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates. One of the few higher center of learning in the Middle East region to offer chartered and professional qualifications programs with core focus on Managers, Senior Managers and Executives. Wikipedia

  • Educational institution, which organizes about 270 Social Welfare Residential Schools in Telangana state by the Government of Telangana, India. Telangana Social Welfare Residential Education Institution Society TSWREIS residential schools and colleges which are started by THE SRI.N.T.RAMARAO former Chief Minister of united Andhrapradesh Government in 1984 to provide quality education to poor Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribe, and Other Backward Caste students by establishing residential schools. Wikipedia

  • Educational institution in Pakistan, established in 1996. Headquartered in Lahore with sub campuses across the Pakistan and some international campuses as well. Wikipedia


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  • In 2007–08, 57% of all successful applicants were from state schools (roughly 93 percent of all students in the UK attend state schools).University of Cambridge-Wikipedia
  • There are 13 school years and attending state (public) schools is free to New Zealand citizens and permanent residents from a person's 5th birthday to the end of the calendar year following their 19th birthday.New Zealand-Wikipedia
  • Public and separate school boards, charter schools, and private schools all follow the Program of Studies and the curriculum approved by the provincial department of education (Alberta Education).Alberta-Wikipedia
  • The primary and secondary school education is imparted by government, aided and private schools, managed and regulated by the School Education Department of the state.Andhra Pradesh-Wikipedia
  • State schools in Somerset are provided by three local education authorities: Bath and North East Somerset, North Somerset, and the larger Somerset County Council.Somerset-Wikipedia
  • There are 15,892 schools under the SCERT, of which 5,986 are government schools, 8,183 are aided schools, and the rest are either un-aided or technical schools.Kerala-Wikipedia

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