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A learning disability of otherwise normal children characterized by an inability to read, write and spell at an appropriate level at any given age.
A learning disability of otherwise normal children characterized by an inability to write conventionally at the appropriate level for the child’s age.
An inability—often neurological in origins—to perform mathematical operations, including simple arithmetic such as addition...
Timothy Dwight (1828–1916)
American theologian, educator and, from 1886 to 1899, the innovative president of Yale University who transformed the then-small college into a major, world-renowned university.
Timothy Dwight (1752–1817)
American educator, author, religious leader, founder of coeducational schools in Massachusetts and Connecticut, and, from 1795 to 1817, the president of YALE COLLEGE.
Dutch Reformed Church
The established church of New Netherland, when the Dutch ruled present-day New York, from 1625 to 1664.
Henry Dunster (1609–1659)
Englishborn clergyman and teacher and, in effect, the founding president of HARVARD COLLEGE.
A dull-witted, stupid, incompetent or unmotivated student, whom American teachers routinely punished by ordering the child to sit on an elevated stool...
W. E. B. DuBois (1868–1963)
African-American educator, sociologist, author, social reformer and the first African American to demand equal educational equality for American blacks.
A porcelain-coated steel panel, usually 42 to 48 inches high and of variable lengths...
Drug abuse education
Any of a variety of programs designed to teach students of all ages about the dangers of drug abuse.
The voluntary use by mouth, injection or inhalation of any substance not prescribed by a licensed physician that may affect an individual’s normal physical, intellectual, psychological, social or emotional functions.
Students who withdraw from school or college without completing graduation requirements for reasons other than enrolling in another school or college.
A college-level, curriculum-alteration policy that defines the procedures and, if appropriate, penalties for dropping or adding courses.
Instruction in the techniques of driving automobiles and the study of traffic rules, regulations and safety.
A learning technique based on constant repetition of the same task until the student has learned it to perfection, without hesitation.
Rules and regulations governing student, faculty and staff clothing, personal appearance and grooming...
A colloquialism of college applicants that refers to those colleges they would most like...
The study and presentation of scripted plays, including acting and stagecraft.
An extension of the school day that enables a school to accommodate a student body that exceeds school classroom capacity.
A residence hall for students, usually a multistoried facility, with individual rooms or suites...
In education, a category of either intellectual functioning or curricular content.
Grace Hoadley Dodge (1856–1914)
American philanthropist who founded manual training programs for working girls and boys during the era of child labor...
The highest academic degree, usually requiring BACHELOR’S and MASTER’S DEGREES followed by completion of at least two or more years of academic courses...
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