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In an effort to measure the profits online charter schools make, the report’s authors compared California’s per-pupil funding with fees charged for the same products in other jurisdictions.

“He was a rebellious, difficult pupil — a boy of that age, after all, does not find it easy to stick to hours of practice,” his father wrote in an essay relayed in an email by Cai.

Per pupil spending in North Carolina then was well below the national average.

While attending a series of Catholic boarding schools, he later wrote of his attraction to other boy pupils.

Teachers have fewer tools at their disposal to hold students accountable now that teachers and pupils don’t share a physical space.

In the U.S, Allan Kaprow, an artist pupil of John Cage, came up with the word “Happening” in 1957.

The compilation also brought the Nazi-riffic Apt Pupil and leach-tastic The Body (aka Stand By Me) to the silver screen.

Per-pupil funding has fallen and cuts in local schools have alarmed teachers and parents.

Bryan is very interested in World War II, which was a very big part of X-Men, Valkyrie, and Apt Pupil.

The value of leisure was one subject on which both teacher and pupil agreed.

Now first we shall want our pupil to understand, speak, read and write the mother tongue well.

Was a pupil of Caspar Netscher of Heidelberg, whose little pictures are of fabulous value.

It is well known that Prud'hon and his pupil painted many pictures in collaboration.

She was a pupil of Kullak's, too, but it is four years since she left him, and she has been concertizing a good deal.

This led to her painting portraits of various members of the royal family while she was still a pupil of De Zichys.


On this page you'll find 43 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to pupil, such as: graduate student, learner, senior, student, undergraduate, and adherent.

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