public schools love


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  • n. Plural form of public school.


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  • Also that fall, Julie Cooke of my office was spearheading one of my favorite projects: inviting fourth grade students in District of Columbia public schools to the White House for special tours.

    Barbara Bush

  • Then yesterday at a brown sack lunch at the Dept. of Education I heard Dr. James Comer from Yale University speak on the Comer Schools, a system he created that is being tested in the public schools and it seems to be doing very well.

    Barbara Bush

  • The public schools are charged with being bear-gardens of brutal strength, and are liked by the people for that cause.

    English Traits (1856)

  • French dual-language programs, which didn't exist in New York City public schools five years ago, are booming across the city, spurred by lobbying efforts from the French community.

    Learning to Be French in Brooklyn

  • Dual-language programs have been offered in city public schools for more than a decade.

    Learning to Be French in Brooklyn

  • Though kindergarten enrollment in New York City public schools has increased by 4.7% in the past five years, the number of children taking the Educational Records Bureau private-school admissions test also has risen.

    Private School Tuition Bill Tops $40,000

  • It was laid down that the public schools were in general to be denominational in character; but that everywhere, as exceptions, undenominational public schools were permissible, and in two provinces, Nassau and Posen, should be the rule.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss

  • Towards the end of his reign he encouraged the efforts made on behalf of the Catholic public schools by the provost Felbiger, and those for the Protestants by Freiherr von Zedlitz and the cathedral canon

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss

  • The act states that all public schools receiving federal funding must allow any school club to be organized, so long as the group is student-initiated.

    The God Box

  • Opened in 1998, Shuang Wen is a hybrid, one of the first American public schools to offer a dual-language program.

    American Chinatown


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