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school board in School topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishschool boardˌschool ˈboard noun [countable]  SESa group of people, including some parents, who are elected to govern a school or group of schools in the US
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school boardAds on the subways asked us to call a confidential hotline if we knew what crimes our local school board was committing.A few just leave it up to the local school board.The federal district court, upon the request of the school board, ordered noninterference with desegregation.He serves on the school board, as well as doctoring the people of Atteridgeville.The school board claimed the dis-missals were required by economic necessity.The school board, stymied, asked the federal court for an exemption from contempt proceedings for not executing the court order.