[ US /ˈskuɫɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /skˈuːlɪŋ/ ]
NOUN
  1. the training of an animal (especially the training of a horse for dressage)
  2. the act of teaching at school
  3. the process of being formally educated at a school
    what will you do when you finish school?
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How To Use schooling In A Sentence

  • I did not have intent to imply that homeschooling is like public school, but that public school directs what a child learns and when and unschooling does not. What do we teach our kids? | Johnny B. Truant
  • So his Hebrew schooling thereby climaxed; his public participation galvanising him to accelerated study.
  • This would be the blueprint for all schooling: I'd promote anti-racism and religious tolerance so pupils knew what it was.
  • And we're offering the students a program which not only develops their writing but their oracy from the beginning of schooling.
  • Regarding structure, most studies conclude that children attain concrete operations around age 6 or 7 independent of formal schooling.
  • Not only has the idea of schooling spread across the globe but, argue world culture theorists, schooling all over the world takes the same general form.
  • For the homeschooling family, continuing the quiet time will reinforce naps for the little ones (if there are any) and may allow older children to accomplish the heavier "brainwork" of school, or just give them some "down time" after a busy morning. Making Home
  • Stay strong, don't give up on your dreams, and never let your schooling interfere with your education.
  • Many of the canal children were constantly on the move, and lost out on regular schooling.
  • At 11-plus many pupils become boarders, which adds an exciting dimension to their schooling.
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