advanced vs elementary
- (of societies) highly developed especially in technology or industry
- ahead of the times
- at a higher level in training or knowledge or skill
- farther along in physical or mental development
- situated ahead or going before
Life itself, without the assistance of colleges and universities, is becoming an advanced institution of learning.
Reagan advanced on her, holding his gun steady.
I would show up unannounced, watch Jaime teach calculus, chat with Principal Henry Gradillas, check in with other Advanced Placement classes and in the early afternoon call my editor in Washington to say I was chasing down the latest medfly outbreak story, or whatever seemed believable at the time.
- of or pertaining to or characteristic of elementary school or elementary education
- of or being the essential or basic part
- easy and not involved or complicated
I was talking to a mom today whose daughter's elementary teacher said she was afraid that her daughter had "selective mutism.
Children enter elementary school at the age of five, don't they?
I know enough about this issue to know that ESEA is the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, the main federal law authorizing federal financial assistance to schools whose most recent instantiation is also known as No Child Left Behind.