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state school

A primary or secondary school in the UK which is funded by local (town) councils and available to all taxpayers. State school is equivalent to “public school” in the US, a term which, in the UK, translates as private school.
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New Delhi [India] Feb 22 ( ANI ): Rajasthan state Education Minister, Vasudev Devnani has come out with a statement.
I have requested that the State Education Department immediately hold trainings for both staff and students to address discriminatory behavior and stand firm against growing incidences of intolerance.
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State education officials took heavy criticism from many who saw the approval as calculated to enhance Massachusetts' chances of winning federal Race to the Top funds.
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The federal goal is to have 100 percent of children proficient in math and English by the year 2014, which state education officials complain will be very difficult to do.
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The DOE research revealed that in Texas, 98 percent of public schools met state education standards as opposed to 66 percent of charter schools.
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