from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The age at which a child is considered old enough to attend school.
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Capitol, a young Negro yet in his teens, still of school age and perhaps had been to such schools as his town afforded, seemed horrified at the presumption? of "niggers" -- mind you -- riding in a car that could have only been intended for "white folks."
Recent data show that parents with school age children show high signs of stress-stress that has an impact on their productivity and work-when they have inflexible jobs and unstable after-school care.
One effective antibully program involves former bullies of high school age conferring with middle school bullies.