• (noun): The training of an animal (especially the training of a horse for dressage).
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on schooling:

History Of Education In The United States - Secondary Schools - The Growth of Human Capital
... educators argued that the post-literacy schooling of the masses at the secondary and higher levels, would improve citizenship, develop higher-order traits, and ... Apart from technical training schools, European secondary schooling was dominated by children of the wealthy and the social elites ... The United States chose a type of post-elementary schooling consistent with its particular features — stressing flexible, general and widely applicable skills that were not tied to particular occupations and ...
Bilingualism In Canada - Constitutional Provisions On Official Languages - Education Rights (section 23 of The Charter and Section 59 of The Constitution Act, 1982)
... receive publicly-funded primary and secondary-schooling in the two official languages when they are "in a minority situation"—in other words, to English-lan ...
Manushyaputhiran - Early Life and Education
... He started his schooling at the age of 7 and he describes his early life "Started my schooling very late at the age of seven and I quit the school much ... No much difference in that even now." Completed his schooling in private, continued his first year degree in Bachelor of Arts through Distance Learning Programs ...

More definitions of "schooling":

  • (noun): The process of being formally educated at a school.
    Synonyms: school
  • (noun): The act of teaching at school.

Famous quotes containing the word schooling:

    The old saying of Buffon’s that style is the man himself is as near the truth as we can get—but then most men mistake grammar for style, as they mistake correct spelling for words or schooling for education.
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