a group of elementary and high schools, usually clustered in a parklike setting and having certain facilities shared by all grades, that often accommodates students from a large area.
noun 1. a branch of psychology concerned with developing effective educational techniques and dealing with psychological problems in schools. noun 1. the study of methods of training and teaching and their effectiveness, and of the problems experienced in learning formal material; in particular, the study of how to help people, esp school children, with learning […]
noun 1. the application of sociological principles and methods to the solution of problems in an educational system.
noun 1. television of informational or instructional content.
- Educational welfare officer
noun 1. (in Britain) a local education authority worker whose job it is to find out whether difficulties outside school are contributing to a child’s classroom problems or irregular attendance and who may intervene to help the child to benefit more from schooling Former names school attendance officer, truancy officer