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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.”
“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.”
“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.”
“But that still meant that 30% of pupils reaching school-leaving age did not achieve this basic benchmark.”
“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.”
“Aye, all ages; babies, up to school-leaving age, orphans mostly.”
“She studied at a Polish gymnasium that catered to well-connected families and received her school-leaving certificate.”
“Pupils successfully passed the British school-leaving examinations.”
“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).”
“From her high school years Blau was very interested in mathematics and physics and obtained her Matura (school-leaving certificate) with distinction.”
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