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state school

n
(Education) any school maintained by the state, in which education is free
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state school

n (Brit) → scuola statale
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Under House Bill (HB) 5412 or the proposed "Election Service Reform Act", duty rendered by state school teachers during period of national, local or administrative region elections, will be not be compulsory.
Betting on Red might be a smart move when it comes to the eventual champion, but history suggests that betting on Red State schools in early round games might leave you feeling blue.
Kieran McLaughlin, who is at the helm of the fee-paying Durham School, said the Shadow Education Secretary had "no coherent philosophy" after he said a Labour government would strip tax breaks from independent schools that didn't help state schools.
The report warned that the number of state school pupils was low even after taking into account the fact that young people at independent schools were statistically likely to get better grades.
All state schools are inspected on a regular basis, in regard to their performance.
In a survey of 2,000 people questioned on attitudes to school choice, 63% said they believed the closest state school to the family home should be first choice, with a further 22% also agreeing if all the local schools were of a similar quality.
Other state schools at the top of the house price league include St Olave's and St Saviour's Grammar School in Orpington, Kent - ranked as the second best state school in the UK - as well as 10th-placed Queen Elizabeth's School in north London, which both saw average asking prices within the catchment area exceed twice the national average.
Among the few international surveys state school children participated in, the ministry said they were "lagging significantly behind children of their age in the results they scored".
VDOE and the state School Board agreed to review the Standards of Learning.
In an increasingly plural and secular society the subject in state schools came to be justified on educational rather than religious grounds (Barnes 2000).
Nine were state schools, three were private and the three private schools walked away with the top three places.
Chief state school officers in those states made clear that the legislature acted without much knowledge of or attention to the Title I requirements.