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elementary school

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: School
elementary schooleleˈmentary ˌschool noun [countable]  SESa school in the US where basic subjects are taught for the first six years of a child’s education
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elementary schoolLike my contemporaries I first attended an elementary school, about which I remember only three things.A handbook for teachers published before the Second World War gives us the flavour of a drawing lesson in an elementary school.But, somehow, they had made out, until Jackie got a job teaching in an elementary school.Communityor work-based learning does not mean converting every elementary school classroom into a simulated supermarket or bank.Moreover, the practice of building vocabulary through weekly spelling tests in elementary school has been largely abandoned.In Tampa, Fla., he posed with elementary school students learning how to run businesses.
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