school-leaving love

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  • Under the secondary scheme, students who get specific grades in each of the four primary school-leaving exams study free in public schools and participating private schools.

    Free universal secondary education in Uganda has yielded mixed results | Richard M Kavuma

  • That's exactly what S.O. was trying to do by calling for the school-leaving age to be raised, for ability tests for benefits to be done away with and for an increase in wages for workers.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • These are two of the weighty questions faced by some of the French school students who took the philosophy exam in the baccalauréat school-leaving diploma over the past few days.

    I Think, Therefore I Am Happy

  • But that still meant that 30% of pupils reaching school-leaving age did not achieve this basic benchmark.

    U.K. Businesses Press for Focus on Skills

  • Within a year, armed with his school-leaving matriculation certificate, he had moved to Johannesburg to become a trainee photographer on Drum, but it was writing he wanted to do.

    Lewis Nkosi obituary

  • Aye, all ages; babies, up to school-leaving age, orphans mostly.

    A Small Death in the Great Glen

  • She studied at a Polish gymnasium that catered to well-connected families and received her school-leaving certificate.

    Shulamit Bat-Dori.

  • Pupils successfully passed the British school-leaving examinations.

    Annie Edith Landau.

  • Seventy-five percent sit for the Bagrut school-leaving examinations (as compared with sixty-three percent of boys) and fifty-four percent successfully pass the examinations (as compared to thirty-eight percent of boys).

    Science in Israel.

  • From her high school years Blau was very interested in mathematics and physics and obtained her Matura (school-leaving certificate) with distinction.

    Marietta Blau.

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