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Lenzie Academy

Lenzie Academy is a secondary school in the town of Lenzie in the East Dunbartonshire council area of Scotland. Pupils from Lenzie, the village of Auchinloch and southern parts of Kirkintilloch go to the school. The school has had a number of pup ...

                                               

University of St Andrews

The University of St Andrews is a public research university in St Andrews, Fife, Scotland. It is the oldest of the four ancient universities of Scotland, and the third oldest university in the English-speaking world after Oxford and Cambridge. S ...

                                               

Vale of Leven Academy

The school opened in 1884, as North Public School. It became a secondary school in 1909. In 1962 it moved to its current location. The school is located in the south of Alexandria. A new extension to the building was built in 1973 because the sch ...

                                               

Andrew Baum

Professor Andrew Baum is an English academic. He is Professor of Practice at the Saïd Business School, University of Oxford. His research focuses mainly on property finance, development and technology, property funds and international real estate ...

                                               

Open University

The Open University is a distance learning and research university founded by Royal Charter in the United Kingdom. The university is funded by the British state, and by student fees and contract income. It has an open entry policy. This means tha ...

                                               

Chris Woodhead

Sir Christopher Anthony Woodhead was a British educator. He was head of Ofsted, the Office for Standards in Education, Childrens Services and Skills, from 1994 to 2000. Ofsted is a non-ministerial department of the UK government. The head of Ofst ...

                                               

Edward Bouchet

Bouchet was born in New Haven, Connecticut in 1852. He graduated from Hopkins School. Bouchet earned his bachelor degree from Yale University in 1874. At the time, there were few opportunities for African Americans seeking higher education.

                                               

Malcolm Knowles

Malcolm Shepard Knowles was an American educator. He was active in developing theories of adult education. His ideas about self-directed learning have gained international recognition.

                                               

Ralph P. Locke

Ralph P. Locke is an American music researcher and professor emeritus of musicology at Eastman School of Music in New York. He one of the most well known classical music critics in the United States. He founded the Eastman Studies in Music series ...

                                               

Marva Collins

Marva Collins was an American teacher. In 1975 she started Westside Preparatory School in Garfield Park, a poor neighborhood of Chicago. She ran the school for more than 30 years until it closed in 2008. She was known for applying classical educa ...

                                               

Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet

Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet was an American teacher and the founder of the American School for the Deaf. He founded the school in 1817.

                                               

NCAA Division II

Division II is the middle division of competition in the National Collegiate Athletic Association. It is less competitive and less expensive than Division I, but more competitive than Division III, which offers no athletic scholarships. Divisions ...

                                               

NCAA Division III

Division III is a division of the National Collegiate Athletic Association of the United States. The division is made up of colleges and universities that choose not to offer their students athletic scholarships. This is a list of athletics confe ...

                                               

West Coast Conference

The West Coast Conference is a college sports conference in the western United States that sponsors many sports, but has never sponsored football. Only two of its current members have football teams. The WCC began in 1952 when five schools in and ...

                                               

1905 Washburn vs. Fairmount football game

The 1905 Washburn vs. Fairmount football game was a college football game between Fairmount College and the Washburn Ichabods. It was played on December 25, 1905, in Wichita, Kansas. It was the first experiment with the forward pass. It was also ...

                                               

1939 Nebraska vs. Kansas State football game

The 1939 Kansas State Wildcats football team represented Kansas State University in the 1939 college football season. The Wildcats finished the season with a 4–5 record with a 1–4 record in conference play. The Wildcats scored 107 points and gave ...

                                               

1951 Central Missouri State vs. Southwestern football game

The 1951 Central Missouri State vs. Southwestern football game was a college football game between the Central Missouri State Mules and the Southwestern Moundbuilders. It was played on September 14, 1951. The game was played at Sonner Stadium in ...

                                               

Kansas Jayhawks football

The Kansas Jayhawks football program is the college football program of the University of Kansas. The program is in the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I Bowl Subdivision. The team competes in the Big 12 Conference. The head coa ...

                                               

Council for Christian Colleges and Universities

This is a list of colleges and universities in the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities: Olivet Nazarene University John Brown University Crown College Masters College and Seminary Oklahoma Wesleyan University Northwest Christian Colle ...

                                               

Oak Ridge Associated Universities

Oak Ridge Associated Universities is a group of colleges and universities which work with the Oak Ridge National Laboratory. ORAU manages the Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education for the United States Department of Energy. ORAU is made u ...

                                               

Alameda High School

Alameda High School is a high school in Alameda, California. Alameda High was founded in 1873 with the first class graduating in 1874. Varsity sports include: Volleyball Mens and Womens Cheerleading Softball Diving Swimming Mens and Womens Baseba ...

                                               

Birmingham High School

Birmingham Community Charter High School is an independent charter coeducational high school in the neighborhood/district of Lake Balboa in the San Fernando Valley section of Los Angeles, California, United States. It was founded in 1953 as a 7-1 ...

                                               

Castilleja School

Castilleja is an all-girls school in Palo Alto, California. It was founded in 1907 by Mary Lockey. Castilleja is the only non-religious all-girls middle and high school in the San Francisco Bay Area. It goes from grades 6-12. Each grade has an av ...

                                               

Crow Island School

Crow Island School is an elementary school in Winnetka, Illinois. Several architects worked together to design the building. Eero Saarinen worked with the architectural firm of Perkins, Wheeler and Will. The building was finished in 1940. It is d ...

                                               

Phillips Academy

Phillips Academy is a high school for boys and girls in Andover, Massachusetts, near Boston, USA. The school is a boarding school. 75% of the students live there. Phillips Academy is one of the oldest private boarding schools in the United States ...

                                               

Thayer Academy

Thayer Academy is a private school that prepares people for college. It is in Braintree, Massachusetts. People from Grades 6–12 can become students there. The school was made in 1871, at the request of General Sylvanus Thayer. Thayer Academy is o ...

                                               

Phillips Exeter Academy

Phillips Exeter Academy is a high school for boys and girls in Exeter, New Hampshire. It is a boarding school, and 80% of the students live there. The school has 1.3 billion dollars, which is the most any school in New England has, and as much as ...

                                               

St. Marys School

The White Mountain School is an independent school in Bethlehem, New Hampshire, USA. In 1886, the school was an all-girls school called St. Marys School. On January 3, 1964, the schools main building was burned down, so the administration decided ...

                                               

Bernards High School

Bernards High School is a four-year high school in Somerset County, New Jersey, United States. It serves grades 1-12 and kindergarten. It has students from Bernardsville, Far Hills and Peapack-Gladstone. Students from Bedminster are sent to the d ...

                                               

Juilliard School

The Juilliard School, informally called Juilliard it is located in the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, New York City. It is a performing arts conservatory established in 1905. The school trains about 85 ...

                                               

Village School (Great Neck, New York)

Village School is the oldest public alternative high school in New York State. It was judged very good by the Center for the Study of Educational Alternatives at Hofstra University. The American School Board Journal gave the Magna Award to the Sc ...

                                               

St. Xavier High School (Cincinnati)

Saint Xavier High School, or simply St. X, is a private, all-boys high school near Cincinnati, Ohio, United States. The school is one of four all-boys Catholic high schools in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, but it is run by the Society of Jesus i ...

                                               

Moravian Academy

Moravian Academy is a school in historical center of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania in the United States. It was founded by the Moravian Church in 1741. It is the ninth oldest independent school in the United States. Moravian Academy has a religious her ...

                                               

Awty International School

The Awty International School is a private school in Houston, Texas. It is for pre-kindergarten through 12th grade. It is the largest international school in the United States.

                                               

Wakeland High School

Justin Wakeland High School is a public high school that is in the city of Frisco, Texas, United States. It is a part of the Frisco Independent School District in the west center area of Collin County. It opened for the first time to students on ...

                                               

Episcopal High School

Episcopal High School was founded in 1839. It is a private boarding school in Alexandria, VA. The schools nickname is The Holy Hill and its campus is 130 acres large. Around 435 students live on the campus. These students are from 30 states, the ...

                                               

Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology

Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology is a high school in Virginia, United States. The school is a public school. It is part of the Fairfax Country Public Schools. TJHSST is a selective school, which means that only a small grou ...

                                               

Mark V. Campbell

Mark V. Campbell is a professor of fine arts at RTA School of Media based in Toronto. Mark served University of Regina as a former Banting Postdoctoral Fellow at department of fine arts. Mark is also known as DJ Grumps.

                                               

Muhammad Habibur Rahman

Muhammad Habibur Rahman was a Bangladeshi politician and jurist. He was the chief justice of the Bangladesh Supreme Court from March 31 to June 23, 1996. He was also the first Chief Advisor of the Caretaker Government of Bangladesh for a month in ...

                                               

Judiciary of the Isle of Man

The lowest courts in the Isle of Man are the Summary Courts, Coroner of Inquests, Licensing Court, Land Court, etc. These courts are presided over by magistrates. There are two stipendiary magistrates, the High Bailiff and the Deputy High Bailiff ...

                                               

University of Namibia

The University of Namibia is the largest university in Namibia. It was founded by an act of the National Assembly on 31 August 1992 and has 12 campuses, 8 faculties and 5 schools spread across the country. It has close to 24.000 studying on full ...

                                               

Azerbaijan Technical University

Azerbaijan Technical University is a public university, specialized in engineering, located in Baku, Azerbaijan. It was founded in 1950 by the government of the Azerbaijan Soviet Socialist Republic. The university has 9 faculties and 54 departmen ...

                                               

Damascus University

The University of Damascus is the largest and oldest university in Syria, located in the capital Damascus and has campuses in other Syrian cities. It was founded in 1923 through the merger of the School of Medicine and the Institute of Law. Until ...

                                               

French-Azerbaijani University

The French-Azerbaijani University was created in 2016 on the initiative of Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev and French President François Hollande as a joint project led by the University of Strasbourg and the Azerbaijan State Oil and Industry ...

                                               

Kainar Academy

Kainar Academy is a private university in Almaty, Kazakhstan. The university was founded in 1991 as Kainar University. In 2014, Kainar changed its name to Kainar Academy. It is accredited by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic o ...

                                               

Konyang University

Konyang University, located in Nonsan, South Korea, is a private university. It was founded in 1991. Konyang University has campuses in Nonsan and Daejeon. The Nonsan campus is the main campus. It is the location of the universitys new College of ...

                                               

Turan University

Turan University, is a university in Almaty, Kazakhstan. It is the country’s first private university, founded in 1992.Turan University was registered in 1992 in Almaty.The system of specialist training at the university is conducted on 3 levels ...

                                               

CEU Cardinal Herrera University

CEU Cardenal Herrera University is a prestigious private university in Valencia, Spain. The University gained its current name in 1999. The Foundation inaugurated its work in Valencia in 1971 and in Elche in 1994. Since then, their academic offer ...

                                               

Faculty of Arts (Pristina)

The Faculty of Arts of Pristina is the faculty of arts of the University of Pristina in Kosovo, Serbia.

                                               

Masaryk University

Masaryk University is a university in Brno, Czech Republic. It was created in 1919. It is named for Tomas Garrigue Masaryk, the first president of Czechoslovakia. He wanted to have a second Czech university. The Palacky University in Olomouc had ...