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school year

1. a twelve-month period, (in Britain) usually starting in late summer and continuing for three terms until the following summer, during which pupils remain in the same class
2. the time during this period when the school is open
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The LGA, which previously called for the long summer break to be shortened, believe it is only a matter of time before the biggest shake-up in the school year for more than a century is agreed.
The school year will be cut in June by one school day because of furlough days.
Recently, the School Committee and the Shrewsbury Paraprofessionals Association reached an agreement in which, at the request of the School Committee, the union agreed to open the existing contract and forgo contractual step increases for the 2010-11 school year in order to preserve the equivalent of 9.5 support positions.
The cost is pounds 2 per child, who must be in current school year two (year three in September).
Table 7 charts the results of satisfaction interviews with 235 students during the 2002-2003 school year. A high score of 5 was indicated by 155 of the students, while lower ratings tended to occur when presentations were irregularly scheduled.
As announced earlier by the FBiH Ministry of Education and Science, the new school year begins on September 2, in primary and secondary schools, in nine cantons in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
* Hired Erin Kuhnert as an elementary school computer teacher for the 2018-2019 school year.
The IEP team must make a decision regarding ESY services before the end of the school year to ensure that parents can exercise their due process rights if they want to challenge the decision.
Nowadays in the beginning of September the school year starts in a large number of countries in the European Union - Belgium, Estonia, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Slovenia, Hungary, France and the Czech Republic, as well as other European countries such as Bosnia and Herzegovina, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Serbia, Montenegro and the Russian Federation.
(TAP) - The average cost of the new school year has exceeded the minimum guaranteed inter-professional minimum wage (SMIG) which stands at 357 dinars, according to a study recently carried out by the Consumer Protection Organisation (ODC) on the costs of the 2017 school year for Tunisian households.
KUWAIT, Sept 9 (KUNA) -- All security and safety precautions are being taken as the new school year gets underway, Kuwait's Ministry of Interior (MoI) said on Saturday.
When compared to the 2006/2007 school year, the number of schoolchildren this year will be 23.45 per cent smaller.

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