State School

State School

State schools, also known as public schools or government schools, generally refer to primary or secondary schools mandated for or offered to all children by the government, whether national, regional, or local, provided by an institution of civil government, and paid for, in whole or in part, by public funding from taxation. The term may also refer to institutions of post-secondary education funded, in whole or in part, and overseen by government.

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National State School Systems - United States
... In the United States, the term "state school" is colloquial for state university, a college or university in a state university system ... The term "public school" is used for primary and secondary schools which are funded and/or run by a governmental entity ... Public schools in the United States are administered at the federal level by the United States Department of Education, at the state level by state education agencies, and at the local level ...
Texas Youth Commission - Former Facilities
... He ordered the Texas Youth Council to close the Gatesville State School and the Mountain View State School and to redesign the agency's juvenile ... The Mountain View school closed in 1975, and the Gatesville school closed in 1979 ... The West Texas State School in unincorporated Ward County closed in 2010 ...
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Centenary Suburbs - Schools
... There are three state primary schools, one private primary school and one state high school in the Centenary suburbs, being School Name Opened Colours Address Website Jindalee State ...
State School Teachers Union Of Western Australia
... The State School Teachers Union of Western Australia is an Australian trade union ... It represents teachers working in the Western Australian state school system, and is affiliated with the federal Australian Education Union ...

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