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report card in School topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishreport cardreˈport card noun [countable] American English  SESa written statement by teachers about a child’s work at school, which is sent to his or her parents syn report British English
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report cardA week after the 1907 report card, the school boiler burst and school was dismissed.Despite all the adversity, when the first report card came out, Casey had actually made some progress.Coleman said in a statement that was issued Monday along with the report card.