Sunday schools 16-11-2011, 12:24

The school systems and local schools maintained and operated by churches, synagogues and a few other organizations to provide sectarian religious instruction to children on Sundays, independently of their regular, day-to-day education.

Syntax 27-10-2011, 14:52

The rules of grammar that determine sentence structure, including the structures...

Synagogue 27-10-2011, 14:50

A house of worship and communal center for Jews.

Syms School 27-10-2011, 14:49

The first school founded in England’s southern colonies, in what is now Virginia.

Syllabus 27-10-2011, 14:46

A detailed description of an academic course, including the main topics...

Syllabication (syllabification) 27-10-2011, 14:44

A method of teaching enunciation, spelling, reading and vocabulary skills by dividing a word into its constituent syllables.

Swirl pattern 27-10-2011, 14:42

The demographics created by CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT, the growing student practice of enrolling in classes at multiple colleges.

John Swett (1830–1913) 27-10-2011, 14:41

American educator and “father” of public school education in California. 

Sweatt v. Painter 27-10-2011, 14:39

A 1950 U.S. Supreme Court decision that refused to review its previous decision ordering the all-white University of Texas Law School to admit Herman Marion Sweatt, an African American.

Swann v. Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Education 27-10-2011, 14:36

A landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision in 1971 that required a North Carolina school board to bus students across district lines to achieve racial integration in public schools. 

Suzuki Method 27-10-2011, 14:33

An approach to formal instrumental education of preschool children as young as three.

Sustained Silent Reading (SSR) 27-10-2011, 14:32

A program that originated in the 1960s to encourage interest in reading by designating a regularly scheduled time for everyone in a school...

Suspension 27-10-2011, 14:30

The temporary expulsion of a student from school for one or more days for violating school rules and regulations.

Supplementary school 27-10-2011, 14:27

A 19th-century term referring to special, separate institutions that compensated for the “deficiencies” of youngsters then considered ineducable.

Supplementary readers 27-10-2011, 14:25

Books, periodicals and other printed reading materials used as adjuncts to enrich and augment...

Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants (SEOGs) 27-10-2011, 14:23

A program of federal grants for exceptionally needy college students.

Supervisor 26-10-2011, 14:56

A term variously used in American public school systems to mean school superintendent or, more often, assistant superintendent for instruction and curriculum development.

Supervising principal 26-10-2011, 14:54

A virtually obsolete title for a school administrator with supervisory authority over a specific school within a larger district.

Superintendent of schools 26-10-2011, 14:53

The chief administrative officer of a public school district. Usually hired by the district school board, the superintendent implements board policies in each district school and coordinates all school programs within the district.

William Graham Sumner (1840–1910) 26-10-2011, 14:50

American social scientist and educator, who “fathered” the introduction of the social sciences into the classic college curriculum in the United States. 

Summer school 26-10-2011, 14:46

A formal semester of school or college held during the traditional summer vacation months, between the end of the previous school year and the beginning of the next.

Summer jobs 26-10-2011, 14:43

For full-time students, paid employment during school or college summer vacation months.

Summerhill 26-10-2011, 14:41

A child-centered, private school established in England after World War I as an experimental, nontraditional approach to educating children with a variety of behavioral or learning disabilities. 

Suicide 26-10-2011, 14:39

Intentional self-inflicted death. A major problem among American adolescents since 1980, suicide remains the third leading cause of death for 15- to 24-year-olds, after accidents (largely motor vehicle accidents) and death by assault (usually firearms).

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