Board-school



noun
(Brit) (formerly) a school managed by a board elected by local ratepayers
Historical Examples

Social Transformations of the Victorian Age T. H. S. (Thomas Hay Sweet) Escott
Man And Superman George Bernard Shaw
Britain for the British Robert Blatchford
Ghetto Tragedies Israel Zangwill
The Belovd Vagabond William J. Locke
Coquette Frank Swinnerton
Beatrice H. Rider Haggard
Nights in London Thomas Burke
Prisoners of Poverty Abroad Helen Campbell
Three Plays by Brieux Eugne Brieux

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