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- n. A school specifically training for skills aimed at industrial employment.
- n. Such a residential school formally used to rehabilitate juvenile delinquents.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. a school for teaching one or more branches of industry; also, a school for educating neglected children, and training them to habits of industry.
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Several existing institutions were abolished, and in their stead were established a State university for men, a State college for women, and a coloured normal and industrial school in which co-education prevails.
The Poor Clares, brought to Cavan town in 1861, care for an industrial school or orphanage.
Penelope – yet this industry remained comparatively uncultivated until the "Society for the Advancement of Women," under the patronage of Her Majesty Queen Olga, with Madame Skouses as president, established an industrial school for poor women.
Its mother-house is at Florence, and there are daughter institutions at Bagnoria, Castelfidardo, and Assisi, where the sisters conduct the industrial school of San Francesco, founded in 1902.