tenth grade


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tenth grade

n
(Education) (in the US) the tenth year of school, when students are 15 or 16 years old
ˌtenth-ˈgrader n
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"A fair amount of young Emirati males drop out of secondary school by the tenth grade and very few go on to college."
A total of 450 students enrolled in the tenth grade English language classes at Muscat public schools in Oman completed the scale.
Michael Hourigan's stable star went into the Lexus Chase in December seeking a tenth Grade 1 win over fences, but was emphatically upstaged by The Listener, who beat him convincingly by eight lengths.
Rawan, a tenth grade pupil, hopes that the fact that the family lived in Dubai before will help them settle down more easily.
Michael Hourigan reported last year's winner Beef Or Salmon "in flying order" ahead of his tenth Grade 1 race victory attempt at the Dublin track in Saturday's race.
Data was collected from six low-performing tenth grade students via observations in the classroom, student testing, and student feedback.
All those successes, including three in past runnings of this race, have been at Grade 1 level and with the ground in his favour he can achieve his tenth Grade 1 chase win.
These academic and behavioral outcomes are examined during the year in which they were enrolled in the ERO programs (ninth grade), as well as the following school year (tenth grade for most students).
Beef Or Salmon will be the highest achiever in action over next week's busy racing schedule and, despite the presence in the line-up of War Of Attrition, he should start favourite to achieve a tenth Grade 1 success over fences in the Lexus Chase.
These teachers taught pre-kindergarten through tenth grade, and the content focus for Lesson Link teams included reading comprehension, mathematics, writing, health, science, and more.
Many students are held back in ninth grade--creating what is known as the "ninth grade bulge"--and drop out by tenth grade--contributing to the "tenth grade dip." (Contains 1 footnote.) [This publication was produced by the National High School Center.