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[[Image:The GEEC9.png|thumb|'''Education'''<ref>As seen in [[Professor Goodfellow's G.E.E.C.]]</ref>]]
 
'''Education''' refers to a system of schooling in which children are put through to help them to succeed in understanding and learn about life, from common elementary things, to subjects such as [[mathematics]], which could help them for careers as an adult.
 
'''Education''' refers to a system of schooling in which children are put through to help them to succeed in understanding and learn about life, from common elementary things, to subjects such as [[mathematics]], which could help them for careers as an adult.
   
There are multiple school grades. In most regions, Grades 1-5 are considered "Elementary school," while grades 6-8 are "Middle school," also known as "Junior High School" and 9-12 is considered "High School." There are also other forms of schooling, called Pre-school, which teaches young kids very easy subjects and prepares them for Grade school. Typically, most kids go through Kindergarten at around the age of five, which is usually a year prior to grade school, which most children attend at the age of six. Other pre-schools are less common but they do exist.
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There are multiple school grades. In most regions, Grades 1-5 are considered "Elementary school," while grades 6-8 are "Middle school," also known as "Junior High School" and 9-12 is considered "High School." There are also other forms of schooling, called Pre-school, which teaches young kids very easy subjects and prepares them for Grade school. Typically, most kids go through Kindergarten at around the age of five, which is usually a year prior to grade school, which most children attend at the age of six. Other pre-schools that children attend prior to that age are less common but they do exist.
   
 
Higher education is designed for High School graduates, for more focused education, for building future careers. Such education can be received at colleges, institutions and universities.
 
Higher education is designed for High School graduates, for more focused education, for building future careers. Such education can be received at colleges, institutions and universities.
   
 
Sometimes schoolwork is done at home, when there isn't enough time for a student to get it done at school. This is called homework.
 
Sometimes schoolwork is done at home, when there isn't enough time for a student to get it done at school. This is called homework.
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A provider of education is normally called a '''teacher'''.
   
 
According to a [[G.E.E.C. TV]] program that [[Marvin]] was watching, fourth grade [[history]] teaches us that [[America]] was discovered by [[Christopher Columbus]].<ref>As seen in [[Professor Goodfellow's G.E.E.C.]]</ref>
 
According to a [[G.E.E.C. TV]] program that [[Marvin]] was watching, fourth grade [[history]] teaches us that [[America]] was discovered by [[Christopher Columbus]].<ref>As seen in [[Professor Goodfellow's G.E.E.C.]]</ref>
   
 
[[Wendy]] once told [[Marvin]] that if he doesn't work on his homework he's going to be "super stupid."<ref>As seen in [[Too Hot to Handle]].</ref>
 
[[Wendy]] once told [[Marvin]] that if he doesn't work on his homework he's going to be "super stupid."<ref>As seen in [[Too Hot to Handle]].</ref>
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[[Marvin White]] was on the '''school''' [[basketball]] team. He thought he should wear [[stilts]] to make him taller since everyone on his team wasn't tall, and they were always losing games.<ref>As seen in [[Gulliver's Gigantic Goof]].</ref>
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==Educational [[literature]]==
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*[[Marvin's biology book]]
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*[[The Teacher's Manual]]
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*[[Encyclopedia]]s
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==Educational facilities==
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*[[Central High School]]
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*[[Gotham Central High]]
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*[[Gotham High School]]
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*[[Hero High]]
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*[[High School]]
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*[[Hudson University]]
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*[[Metropolis University]]
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*[[Smallville High School]]
   
 
==References==
 
==References==
 
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==External Links==
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*[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Education Education] at [http://www.wikipedia.org/ Wikipedia]
 
[[Category:Education]]
 
[[Category:Education]]

Latest revision as of 20:03, 13 May 2020

Education[1]

Education refers to a system of schooling in which children are put through to help them to succeed in understanding and learn about life, from common elementary things, to subjects such as mathematics, which could help them for careers as an adult.

There are multiple school grades. In most regions, Grades 1-5 are considered "Elementary school," while grades 6-8 are "Middle school," also known as "Junior High School" and 9-12 is considered "High School." There are also other forms of schooling, called Pre-school, which teaches young kids very easy subjects and prepares them for Grade school. Typically, most kids go through Kindergarten at around the age of five, which is usually a year prior to grade school, which most children attend at the age of six. Other pre-schools that children attend prior to that age are less common but they do exist.

Higher education is designed for High School graduates, for more focused education, for building future careers. Such education can be received at colleges, institutions and universities.

Sometimes schoolwork is done at home, when there isn't enough time for a student to get it done at school. This is called homework.

A provider of education is normally called a teacher.

According to a G.E.E.C. TV program that Marvin was watching, fourth grade history teaches us that America was discovered by Christopher Columbus.[2]

Wendy once told Marvin that if he doesn't work on his homework he's going to be "super stupid."[3]

Marvin White was on the school basketball team. He thought he should wear stilts to make him taller since everyone on his team wasn't tall, and they were always losing games.[4]

Educational literature

Educational facilities

References

External Links

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