separate school


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separate school

(in Canada) a school for a large religious minority financed by its rates and administered by its own school board but under the authority of the provincial department of education
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Lyle Wicks, its leader, explained that the separate school question "was handled in as satisfactory a manner as possible, under the circumstances.
Historically, there have been occasional, scattered attempts to establish separate schools of accounting at universities around the state, but almost all have proved unsuccessful.
This occurred late 1908 and early 1909 when Catholics in Red Deer were successful in their petition for the formation of a separate school district.
He said Hindus asked for a separate school and the education department approved their request.
In addition, human rights legislation in every Canadian jurisdiction prohibits discrimination in similar spheres of activity, by both the public and private sectors including public and separate school boards and private schools.
As Marsha Forest (1988) and her colleagues at Canada's Hamilton Wentworth Separate School Board and the Waterloo Region Separate School Board have demonstrated, total school integration works for all children.
24, with the proceeds used to fund seven separate school expansion projects in the Iredell-Statesville School District.
My view is that it's always Protestants - of which I am one - who seem to go on about this separate school thing.
Campaigners, who want the existing leisure centre refurbished and a new separate school built on the Rumney High site, say they are appalled that the will of the communities has been ignored.
In 1984 he announced that the separate school system would be extended to grade thirteen.
We really have found that different kids need different programming,'' said Cherland, who runs each track as a separate school.
There are 62 separate school districts, and three towns and two cities, all with their own share of the [tax] pie.