Saint Kentigern College

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Saint Kentigern College is a private co-educational Presbyterian secondary school in the Suburb of Pakuranga on the eastern side of Auckland, New Zealand, beside the Tamaki Estuary. It is operated by the Saint Kentigern Trust Board which also operates Saint Kentigern Boys' School, Saint Kentigern Girls' School and Saint Kentigern Preschool based in 2 different campuses in Remuera. Established in 1953, the college is semi-coeducational with a single-gender Middle College for years 7 and 8, with years 9 and 10 single-gender in core subjects and a co-educational Senior College for years 11–13. Kentigern (or Mungo) is the patron Saint of Glasgow.

Scots College, Wellington

Scots College
Scots College is an independent (private) Presbyterian boys' Years 1 to 10 and from 2020 co-educational in Years 11-13 school located in the suburb of Strathmore Wellington, New Zealand. Under the leadership of an Executive Headmaster, the College comprises three schools, the Preparatory School for Years 1 to 6, the Middle School for Years 7 to 10 and the Senior School for Years 11 to 13. Each school has its own Principal and Staff. Scots College is an IB World College. It was founded as a Presbyterian boys' college in 1916 by Rev Dr James Gibb and the Hon John Aitken on the current campus of Queen Margaret College in Thorndon, and moved to the present site in Strathmore in 1920.

Rangi Ruru Girls' School

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Rangi Ruru Girls' School is a New Zealand private girls' day and boarding secondary school located in Merivale, an inner suburb of Christchurch. The school is affiliated to the Presbyterian Church, and serves approximately girls from Years 7 to 13 (ages 10 to 18). The school was founded in 1889 when Frederick Gibson bought a school run in Papanui by friends of his, Ada, Kate and Jessie Gresham, who were moving to Australia. The school had 18 students, aged 5 to 16 years old. Initially Gibson's daughters Alice and Helen and their mother Mary ran the school, calling it "Miss Gibson's Private School for Girls".

Zelman v. Simmons-Harris

Ohio had been running the program, which allowed parents of qualified students in the Cleveland School District, from the 1996–97 school year, to use public money to pay for tuition at private schools in the program, which included religious schools. Of the 56 private schools that agreed to the program, 46 of them were sectarian.

St Cuthbert's College, Auckland

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The college was established as the Auckland Presbyterian College for Ladies Ltd in 1915, when a group of Presbyterian fathers purchased Mt Eden Collegiate, a private school for girls, and appointed Miss Isobel Macdonald as the school's first principal. Miss Macdonald chose the motto, "By Love, Serve", and renamed the school St Cuthbert's College as the Trust Board suggested that a shorter and more distinctive name was required. The school is named after the Northumbrian monk-bishop Saint Cuthbert and, since 1918, it has celebrated St Cuthbert's Day annually in March. In 1925, the college moved to its present site in Epsom.

St Dominic's College, Wanganui

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Dominic's College is a private, Traditionalist Catholic Society of Saint Pius X secondary school, founded in 1994. The College is divided into two campuses (St. Augustine's Boys' College and St. Dominic's Girls) both situated in Gonville, Parish of St. Anthony's & St. Edmund's Catholic Church, Wanganui, New Zealand. Students at St Dominic's College are examined under the CIE (Cambridge International Examinations) system. The main subjects are: Mathematics, English, History, Combined Science, Physics, Biology, French, Latin, Classics. Other subjects such as music, home economics, physical education, computer studies, etc. are offered to broaden the school’s educational scope.

Manhattan Institute for Policy Research

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Jennifer Medina, "A Reversal on School Vouchers, Then a Tempest", New York Times, Feb. 13, 2008. Official site. The Center for the American University. Organizational Profile – National Center for Charitable Statistics (Urban Institute). Minding the Campus. The Beat (Manhattan Institute newsletter).

Religious education

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Religious education usually occurs in scheduled sessions in private homes. Religious teachers usually move on a weekly or monthly circuit, staying as guests in private houses in exchange for teaching. ISKCON In India, there are a number of private schools run by religious institutions, especially for Hindus, Muslims, Sikhs, Christians, Jains and Buddhists. During the era of British rule, Christian private schools were quite prominent and widely attended by both UK (British) and Indian students. Many of the schools established during this era, especially in areas with a heavy Christian population, are still in existence today.

John T. Walton

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In 1998, as part of the Philanthropy Roundtable, Walton and friend Ted Forstmann established the Children's Scholarship Fund to provide tuition assistance for low-income families to send their children to private schools. He was an advocate of school vouchers. For his achievements, he received the William E. Simon Prize for Philanthropic Leadership. Walton died on June 27, 2005, when the CGS Hawk Arrow home-built ultralight aircraft (registered as an "experimental aircraft" under FAA regulations) that he was piloting crashed in Jackson, Wyoming. Walton's plane crashed at 12:20 p.m. local time (1820 GMT) shortly after taking off from Jackson Hole Airport.

EdChoice

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Supreme Courts’ landmark decision on Ohio’s private school choice program in Cleveland, filing an amicus brief along with the Center for Individual Freedom, Cato Institute, and Goldwater Institute in support of the petitioners. The Supreme Court in Zelman v. Simmons-Harris concluded Cleveland’s school voucher program did not violate the First Amendment’s Establishment Clause. In 2013, the Friedman Foundation was credited with influencing the Indiana Supreme Court’s unanimous ruling that the nation’s largest school voucher program was constitutional. The Friedman Foundation was cited in the official ruling.

List of private schools in Mississippi

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This is a list of private schools in the U.S. state of Mississippi: * Mississippi Association of Independent Schools Adams County Christian School. Amite School Center. Annunciation Catholic School. Bass Memorial Academy (Boarding). Bayou Academy. Benedict Day School. Benton Academy. Brookhaven Academy. Calhoun Academy. Calvary Christian School. Canton Academy. Carroll Academy. Cathedral High School. Cedar Lake Christian Academy. Central Academy (Closed). Central Delta Academy (Closed). Central Hinds Academy. Central Holmes Christian School. Centreville Academy. Chamberlain-Hunt Academy (Closed). Christ Covenant School. Christ Missionary and Industrial. Christian Collegiate Academy.

Vocational school

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The vocational schools are usually owned by the municipalities, but in special cases, private or state vocational schools exist. The state grants aid to all vocational schools on the same basis, regardless of the owner. On the other hand, the vocational schools are not allowed to operate for profit. The Ministry of Education issues licences to provide vocational education. In the licence, the municipality or a private entity is given permission to train a yearly quota of students for specific trades. The licence also specifies the area where the school must be located and the languages used in the education.

Independent school (United Kingdom)

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In modern times however many of the secondary pupils in Scotland's private schools will have fed in from the school's own fee-paying primary school, therefore there is considerable competition facing pupils from state primary schools who seek to enter a private school at secondary stage, via entrance examinations. Independent schools, like state grammar schools, are free to select their pupils, subject to general legislation against discrimination.

International school

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The term generally refers to teachers who are teaching in private or independent schools (Savva,2013). While these schools are private there is an important distinction between private for-profit and private non-for profit schools (Savva, 2013). Faculty at international schools are usually from or certified by the standards of their country of origin. However, there are exceptions, the most common of which the international school requires a teacher trained specifically for an international syllabus or for teaching a foreign language rare to the international school's country of origin.

Teacher

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Private schools in these and most other states may also use it. Corporal punishment in American schools is administered to the seat of the student's trousers or skirt with a specially made wooden paddle. This often used to take place in the classroom or hallway, but nowadays the punishment is usually given privately in the principal's office. Official corporal punishment, often by caning, remains commonplace in schools in some Asian, African and Caribbean countries. Currently detention is one of the most common punishments in schools in the United States, the UK, Ireland, Singapore and other countries.

Public school (United Kingdom)

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A public school in England and Wales traditionally refers to one of seven private schools given independence from direct jurisdiction by the Public Schools Act 1868: Charterhouse, Eton College, Harrow School, Rugby School, Shrewsbury School, Westminster School, and Winchester College. These were all-male boarding schools, but many now accept day pupils as well as boarders. By the 1930s the 'public school' label applied to twenty-four schools. Today the term is more generally used to refer to any fee-paying private school. Public schools have had a strong association with the ruling classes.

National Education Association

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The NEA has often opposed measures such as merit pay, school vouchers, weakening of teacher tenure, certain curricular changes, the No Child Left Behind Act, and other reforms that make it easier for school districts to use disciplinary action against teachers. In July 2019, the NEA voted down a resolution that would have "re-dedicate[d] itself to the pursuit of increased student learning in every public school in America by putting a renewed emphasis on quality education." With the modern scrutiny placed on teacher misconduct, particularly regarding sexual abuse, the NEA has been criticized for its failure to crack down on abusive teachers.

Kevin G. Welner

Kevin Welner
Other awards and recognitions include: Welner has studied the public right to education, tracking, school vouchers, school choice, educational equity, and the use of research. In 2005, Welner conducted research on school vouchers as a resident of the Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio Center. That research was later published as a major work on school vouchers, NeoVouchers: The Emergence of Tuition Tax Credits for Private Schooling. The book provided an early explanation of the legal and policy issues surrounding a then-new type of private school vouchers.

Florida Opportunity Scholarship Program

The Florida Opportunity Scholarship Program was a school voucher program in the U.S. state of Florida. It provided students from failing public schools in Florida with school vouchers enabling them to choose a "higher performing public school or a participating private school." A failing public school was: "a school that has received two "F" grades within a four-year period." The program was declared unconstitutional in a January 5, 2006 ruling and students assigned to a failing school are no longer allowed to transfer and enroll in a participating private school while "the option to attend a higher performing public school remains in effect."

Pakistan School Muscat

Pakistan School (Muscat)
Pakistan School Muscat (PSM) is a state of Art school in the Sultanate of Oman. It was founded in a rented flat in Muscat, as a result of a decision made in the first meeting of Pakistani Culture Centre. Efforts, spearheaded by Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Shafi, were made to collect funds and as a result the school was shifted to its spacious campus in January 1981. His Majesty Sultan Qaboos granted land in Darsait that enabled the school to be established. Since then, the school has seen exceptional growth, both in terms of enrolment and size.

Jonathan Kozol

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He is still active in advocating for integrated public education in the United States and is a critic of the school voucher movement. He continues to condemn the inequalities of education and the apparently worsening segregation of black and Hispanic children from white children in the segregated public schools of almost every major city of the nation. Kozol's ethical argument relies heavily on comparisons between rich and poor school districts. In particular, he analyzes the amount of money spent per child.

King's College, Auckland

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As a New Zealand private school, King's receives around $2000 per student from the government and charges parents of students tuition fees to cover costs. At a February 2011 Education Review Office (ERO) review, King's College had 975 students including 31 international students. The school's gender composition was 85% male and 15% female, or 72% male and 28% female in the final two years. At the same review King's students identified as 79% New Zealand European (Pākehā), 7% Chinese, 4% Māori, 3% Indian, 2% Korean, and 5% other. King's College competes in the 1A Rugby Competition and has won 16 times, most recently in 2019.

Convention against Discrimination in Education

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This includes the creation or maintenance of separate educational systems or establishments for pupils of both sexes, when they have easy access to education: Article 3 requires States to eliminate and prevent discrimination and Article 5 affirms respect for the freedom of parents in the choice of private schools, and for national minorities to have the right to engage in educational activities of their own and the employment or teaching of their own language. Article 9 prohibits any reservation to the Convention. The treaty, in its entirety, may be viewed here.

Pierce v. Society of Sisters

6Pierce v. Society of Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Maryright to send one's children to private school
There were several exceptions incorporated in this Act: The Act was amended by the 1922 initiative, which would have taken effect on September 1, 1926, eliminated the exception for attendees of private schools. Private schools viewed this as an attack on their right to enroll students and do business in the state of Oregon. The act was promoted by groups such as the Knights of Pythias, the Federation of Patriotic Societies, the Oregon Good Government League, the Orange Order, and the Ku Klux Klan. Two sorts of opposition to the law emerged. One was from nonsectarian private schools, such as the Hill Military Academy, which were primarily concerned with the loss of their revenue.

Sultan's School

The Sultan's School
The Sultan's School is a private secondary school in Seeb, Oman. The student roll is around 1300 from KG through to year 13. The curriculum is bilingual, with Arabic Language, Islamic Education and Social Studies taught in Arabic, and English Language, Mathematics and the Sciences taught in English. A full range of foundation subjects are taught in both languages. The English curriculum in the elementary school is based on the English National Curriculum and the Arabic curriculum follows the Ministry of Education's "Basic Education Program".