nonschool

nonschool

(ˌnɒnˈskuːl)
adj
not relating to school
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On weekends, they get a backpack of food for the nonschool days.
85 Nonschool, except work relief 1,574 1,628 1,756 1,855
Schools are enormously important, but so too are the nonschool services that communities must provide.
Twentytwo percent of Filipino adults read nonschool books at least once in a week and another 22 percent read them only a few times in a year.
Out of this, 28% is protected for schools and education, 8% is for nonschool education, 27% is for community services, 14% is for environment and the rest covers costs including corporate services, the council tax replacement scheme, capital and levies.
He points out the limitations of current supports for high school students, criticizes the overreliance on formal classroom education, and advocates for a more important role for nonschool learning experiences, giving examples from other countries.
16, the report examines different models, including extended school day (ESD), extended school year (ESY) and expanded learning opportunities (ELO), which offer enrichment services in school and community-based settings during nonschool hours.
On nonschool days, 14- and 15-year-olds may work up to eight hours, but the work must take place between 7 a.
Cooper: In 1989, I defined homework as "tasks assigned to students by school teachers that are meant to be carried out during nonschool hours" (p.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that 62 percent of children aged nine- to thirteen-years-old did not participate in any physical activity during nonschool hours, and 23 percent engaged in no daily physical activity.
HannaH Barton gets a pounds 30 monthly allowance from mum Iona to pay for her mobile and nonschool clothes.