school text

NOUN
  1. a book prepared for use in schools or colleges
    his economics textbook is in its tenth edition
    the professor wrote the text that he assigned students to buy
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How To Use school text In A Sentence

  • This publishing firm is planning a new series of school textbooks.
  • This publishing firm is planning a new series of school textbooks.
  • A general reading of school textbooks would convince one that the Mughal rulers were all weak, effete and full of vices.
  • In 1930, he undertook a study to help schoolgoing boys who had not sufficient family support to provide for their further education and school texts.
  • Published in collaboration with Harcourt School Publishers-one of the top educational publishers in the United States-to reinforce connections between trade books and school texts.
  • School textbooks malign the Religion of Peace, grizzles US Muslim group Catholic adoption agency CAN discriminate against gay couples, High Court rules Planet Atheism
  • The new openness expressed in the academic debates, and the latest school textbook, still leaves many issues unanswered.
  • If contemporary B-school texts trigger a mild sensation of acid reflux, Fables gives you that guttural thrill one feels on the down slope of a roller coaster. Eric Dezenhall: Stanley Bing's "Morals" Pierce Corporate Treacle
  • While the book does not read by any means as a school text, at key places there is certainly a strong moral and didactic tone. The Times Literary Supplement
  • Published in collaboration with Harcourt School Publishers-one of the top educational publishers in the United States-to reinforce connections between trade books and school texts.
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