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  • The school was founded in 2000 to offer a “progressive” (and fully co-educational) American-style curriculum, taught in English, from kindergarten to sixth form, and was said by the Israelis to have been the site, or near the site, from which a rocket was fired.

    Matthew Yglesias » The Embrace

  • Shorty thereafter, Hofstra separated from New York University as a co-educational commuter institution with both day and evening classes and began its trajectory to the wonderful institution we see today.

    Pascal Robert: Hofstra University's 75th Anniversary Celebration and 30 years of Brotherhood

  • Private schools in the neighborhood include the Blue School, which was established by the founders of the alternative theater company Blue Man Group, as well as the all-boys La Salle Academy and co-educational St. Brigid School, both Catholic schools founded in the mid-19th century.

    East Village: Counterculture, Luxury Condos

  • Kopila Valley is a co-educational primary school running from Nursery Class up to sixth grade.

    Shira Lazar: The Inspired Nation: 24-Year-Old Builds Orphanage and School in Nepal

  • In 2009, the king opened the first co-educational university in the kingdom and appointed the kingdom's first female deputy minister.

    Saudi King Gives Women the Right to Vote

  • In 1928, she became one of six women in the first co-educational class at Columbia Law School.

    Personal Information for Ida Klaus

  • Her penultimate day was at Chetham's, an independent co-educational specialist music school, where parents pay if they can afford it.

    Which school should I choose?

  • Plenty of prep schools that did not make our list -- such as Sidwell Friends, a co-educational Quaker day school in Washington, D.C., which President Obama's daughters attend -- also have high matriculation rates, and their exclusion in no way means they are not excellent schools.

    America's Best Prep Schools

  • Established in 1798 as a co-educational school, but divided into separate schools after its centennial in response to interest in separate schooling for girls.

    No. 16: Milton Academy

  • Last September, King Abdullah, who has promoted reforms since taking office in 2005 to create a modern state, opened Saudi's first co-educational university, a move that reformers hope will spearhead change in the Islamic state.

    Second-Class Citizens

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