Recent Examples of classroom from the Web
Now, schools have awarded scholarships to walk-ons for years, a reward for their hard and often-thankless work in the classroom or at practice.
To allow that model into the classroom is asking for bigger trouble than burping or farting in class.
China has encouraged Chinese businessmen to give to political campaigns, recruited Chinese students to press its policies in classrooms and mobilized local Chinese-language news media.
Despite its test performance problems, Thornton Township High School District 205 (Thornton, Thornridge and Thornwood high schools) is attempting to make adjustments in the classroom.
Each of the new schools has sloped ceilings to allow more natural light in the classrooms.
The course costs $59, which includes four hours of classroom instruction and activities (6-8 p.m. Nov. 14 and 16 in the Marty Holly Athletics Center) and a Saturday ice fishing trip at a date TBD.
Classes in the pro-am kitchen are combined with classroom instruction, restaurant and market tours, chef visits, and more.
The results in the classrooms are far more complicated.
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CLASSROOM Defined for English Language Learners
CLASSROOM Defined for Kids
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