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middle school

(in England and Wales) a school for children aged between 8 or 9 and 12 or 13
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They provide funding to STEM programs that span from preschool to high school and through collegiate levels, with a major emphasis on middle school students and teachers.
Although a large majority of Florida students enter a middle school in grade 6, some do so in grade 7.
Shaw is principal of Griswold Middle School in Griswold, Conn.
One line of research examines the role of family involvement in homework management at the middle school level.
There are many reasons for the middle school slide in literacy, including the lack of professionals who can identify and diagnose students with reading difficulties.
The first goal was to use the SDS:CE version and accompanying interpretive report with high-risk middle school students.
Developmentally responsive middle school counseling programs, activities, and interventions address the heterogeneity and academic, personal/social, and career development of students.
Option 2: Berwick High becomes secondary with 11-14 provision at Berwick Middle site; middle schools close; Lowick becomes a primary with satellite at Holy Island; Horncliffe and Norham merge at Norham; Belford and Wooler become primaries on middle school sites; all other firsts become primaries.
To accomplish this purpose, the authors focus on the fundamental and central concerns in middle school education.
Research shows with systematic, intensive interventions that students who started middle school behind can catch up.
What we found bolsters the case for middle-school reform: in the specific year when students move to a middle school (or to a junior high), their academic achievement, as measured by standardized tests, falls substantially in both math and English relative to that of their counterparts who continue to attend a K-8 elementary school.
The College Board, which administers the AP program, recognizes Walter Reed as the only middle school to offer AP physics.

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