school text


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Noun1.school text - a book prepared for use in schools or collegesschool text - a book prepared for use in schools or colleges; "his economics textbook is in its tenth edition"; "the professor wrote the text that he assigned students to buy"
book - a written work or composition that has been published (printed on pages bound together); "I am reading a good book on economics"
crammer - a textbook designed for cramming
introduction - a basic or elementary instructional text
primer - an introductory textbook
reader - one of a series of texts for students learning to read
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TIMERGARA -- About 23 under-aged jail inmates from class nursery to grade 10th were provided with school text books in order to enable them continue their studies in the district jail Timergara.
School text books are approved after a careful evaluation and review by KICD officers, lecturers, quality assurance officers, teachers in primary and secondary schools, and tutors from teacher training colleges.
If you happen to have a school text book signed by The Beatles, then you have hit the jackpot.
(Photo courtesy: social media) JEDDAH: Saudi's education minister has sacked the undersecretary after the discovery of a photo in school text books showing King Faisal at the United Nations, with the "Star Wars" character "Yoda" superimposed next to him.
How can one even talk of removing Tagore from school text books?
Time to pack away those school text books and forget about homework.
Mrs Jeffers said the school is aiming to be open as usual on Monday and will confirm this to parents via the school text messaging service and on the school website on Sunday.
Another bold step Modi has taken is to curb sycophancy when he instructed the BJP ruled state governments not to include a chapter on his life in their school text books.
TEHRAN (FNA)- The South Korean Foreign Ministry summoned the Japanese ambassador Friday over an alleged claim by Tokyo to a disputed set of tiny islets and a plan to promote its stance in school text books.
Patterned after the turn-of-the-century school text, McGuffrey's Eclectic Reader, the collection is written with more than a touch of the paranormal.
In this law school text introducing partnership law in the United States, Larson (Thomas Cooley Law School) aims to overcome that problem by breaking up the material into cohesive groups flowing from one "overview problem" and adding flow charts to show where the various pieces of each group fits in with the subject as a whole.

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