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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Having a policy of supporting separate school funding did not get the Liberals or the NDP elected when Bill Davis was premier.
South Pelaw Infant School would close as a separate school from December 31, 2014.
It is proposed that Beech School would eventually cease to operate as a separate school
Ricketts predicted that the prestige associated with being a separate school will help it attract and retain faculty members and students, and also catch the eye of potential employers.
A First Nations separate school division is also being explored in Manitoba.
11) Meanwhile, in 1907 the Daughters of Wisdom agreed to locate in Red Deer for the purpose of establishing a boarding school in their convent (12) with the prospect of a separate school district being erected in the community.
LASHKARGAH (PAN): A separate school was inaugurated for Afghans Hindus in southern Helmand province for the first time on Sunday.
This Information Capsule is concerned with the efficacy of ninth-grade centers or academies which isolate ninth-grade students into separate school buildings or in wings of existing schools to remedy the high retention and dropout rates frequently observed with students in this particular age group.
The origins of state aid to Roman Catholic separate schools in Ontario dates (at least) to the 1863 Separate School Act, which established a share of municipal and provincial grants for the operation of such schools up to grade 10.
A DOZEN people have tested positive in a second separate school outbreak of the killer E.