any school maintained by the state, in which education is free
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How to use state school in a sentence
This group expanded through the National Governors Association and the Council of Chief state school Officers.
Just growing up in south Louisiana, going to state school for college, and working two jobs.Inside the Obsessive, Strange Mind of True Detective’s Nic Pizzolatto | Andrew Romano | February 4, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
But Barr points out that he was the “only person I know” who came from a public state school background who worked at The Times.
If a state-school option is pursued then following the Cameron children would ensure security protocols were already in place.Where Will Kate Middleton and Prince William Send Their Kid to School? | Tom Sykes | December 4, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
Ruth was forced to make a difficult decision: She moved her daughter from a state school to a private day school.
Superintendent Fowler nodded his agreement and the state school leader continued.Helen in the Editor's Chair | Ruthe S. Wheeler
Beginning with the lowest branches of education, it trained the first colored teachers for the state school systems.
Since 1904 two women were appointed as state school inspectors, with salaries only sufficient for maintenance.The Modern Woman's Rights Movement | Kaethe Schirmacher
One feature is common alike to all Victorian towns and the bush—the state school.Australian Pictures | Howard Willoughby
Prior to the opening of the state school, some children were sent to Kentucky and Ohio for education.The Deaf | Harry Best