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    • Pupils by teacher

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    • Student culture

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    • Educational stages

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    • Student exchange

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    • Executed students

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    • Fictional college students

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    • Fictional students who have had a relationship with a teacher


    • Student financial aid

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    • Student housing

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    • Medical students

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    • Student migration

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    • Murdered students

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    • Student organizations

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    • Student politics

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    • Student rights

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    • School counseling

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    • Students who committed suicide

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    • Adult learner

    • An adult learner (North America) or mature learner (UK) (sometimes also called adult student, returning adult, adult returner, and student) is a person who is 25 years and up who is involved in forms of learning. Adult learners are considered distinct from child and adolescent learners due primarily to the work of Mal ... Read »


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    • Azra Naheed Medical College

    • Azra Naheed Medical College
      عذرا ناہید طبی کالج

      Azra Naheed Medical College (Urdu: عذرا ناہید طبی کالج‎, abbreviated as ANMC), established in 2011 and named after Azra Naheed, is a private college of medicine, pharmacy and allied health professions (Physiotherapy) located on Raiwind Road, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. ... Read »


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    • Bejan

    • Bejan (Fr. bejaune, from bec jaune, "yellow beak," in allusion to unfledged birds, and the equivalent to Ger. Gelbschnabel) was a term for freshmen, or undergraduates of the first year, in the Scottish universities. The term is rarely used today except at the University of Aberdeen Aberdeen; at the University of St And ... Read »


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    • Business student

    • Business student usually refers to a person who obtained a university degree in Business Administration. Graduates obtaining degree in Business Administration usually with a major in general management, finance, accounting, marketing or strategy. Students graduating with such a degree usually start their careers in the ... Read »


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    • Sebastian Calleja

    • Sebastian Calleja

      Singer, student Sebastian Calleja (born 3 July 1998) is a Maltese singer. He started his singing career at the age of 11. He studied voice and in March 2016 he placed 1st in the Trinity College of London vocal exam. His vocal coach is Glen Vella. Calleja is a resident singer on 'Hadd Ghalik' which is aired on the nati ... Read »


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    • Cambridge University International Development

    • Cambridge University International Development or CUiD is a student run society aiming to promote awareness and discussion of international development issues across Cambridge. This is primarily achieved through events, a thrice yearly publication, Vision and the global network U8. CUiD also has links with the twice ye ... Read »


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    • Canadian osteopathic medical student association

    • The Canadian Osteopathic Medical Student Association (COMSA) is a student body that works to promote awareness of Osteopathic Medicine in Canada both among the general population and the future physicians of Canada. They are affiliated with the Canadian Osteopathic Association. Founded in 2011, COMSA has worked to ... Read »


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    • Careers advisor

    • A careers advisor gives information about education and work opportunities to children and youths. Careers advisors give information about opportunities, as well as helping with competencies and help with CVs and application forms. They normally work at an office where children go there to make "tests" and at the end o ... Read »


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    • Discount card

    • A discount card is a card or document, often a plastic credit card or paper card, that entitles the holder to discounts on the prices of some products or services. Cards may be issued as part of a loyalty program, offering discounts to existing customers to ensure their continuing custom; they may be offered free of ch ... Read »


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    • Dunce

    • A dunce is a person considered incapable of learning. The word is derived from the name of the Scottish Scholastic theologian and philosopher John Duns Scotus, also referred to as Doctor Subtillis, or "Subtle Doctor", whose works on logic, theology and philosophy were accepted textbooks in the universities from the fou ... Read »


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    • Eleventh grade

    • Eleventh grade (called Year 12, Grade 11 or Class 11 in some regions) is the eleventh, and for some countries final, grade of secondary schools. Students are typically 16–17 years of age, depending on the country and the students' birthdays. In Australia, Year Eleven is typically the twelfth year of education ... Read »


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    • Enhancing Student Mobility through Online Support

    • The Enhancing Student Mobility through Online Support (ESMOS) project is a European-funded partnership between higher education institutions from Austria, Bulgaria, Italy, Lithuania and the United Kingdom. It has the aims of developing, evaluating and modelling the use of Virtual Learning Environments and online techno ... Read »


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    • Freshman

    • Freshman is a term commonly used to refer to a person that is in their first year at an educational institution, usually a secondary or post-secondary school. In the US, freshman usually denotes a first year student, whereas in Canada, the word 'frosh' describes a first year student. In the Gulf Council countries ... Read »


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    • Georgia Educational Technology Fair

    • The Georgia Educational Technology Fair (GaETF) is an annual student technology competition produced by the Georgia Educational Technology Consortium. The Consortium sponsors other technology initiatives in Georgia, including the Georgia Educational Technology Conference (GaETC). The GaETF is the highest level of stude ... Read »


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    • Graduate Student Paper Award

    • The Graduate Student Paper Award is presented by the Science Fiction Research Association to the outstanding scholarly essay read at the annual conference of the SFRA by a graduate student. Previous winners include: ... Read »


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    • Head girl and head boy

    • Head boy and head girl are roles of prominent pupillary responsibility. The terms are commonly used in the British education system and in private schools throughout the Commonwealth organisations. In some British schools, the pupil body (or the headteacher) may elect a head boy and/or a head girl from the pupils/ ... Read »


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    • High school dropouts

    • Dropping out means leaving a school, college, university or group for practical reasons, necessities, or disillusionment with the system from which the individual in question leaves. In Canada, most individuals graduate grade 12 by the age of 18. According to Jason Gilmore who collects data of employment and educa ... Read »


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    • High school dropouts in the United States

    • The United States Department of Education's measurement of the status dropout rate is the percentage of 16- to 24-year-olds who are not enrolled in school and have not earned a high school credential. This rate is different from the event dropout rate and related measures of the status completion and average freshman c ... Read »


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    • Himeyuri students

    • The Himeyuri students (ひめゆり学徒隊, Himeyuri Gakutotai), sometimes called "Lily Corps" in English, was a group of 222 students and 18 teachers of the Okinawa Daiichi Women's High School and Okinawa Shihan Women's School formed into a nursing unit for the Imperial Japanese Army during the ... Read »


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    • Honors student

    • An honor student is a student recognized for achieving high grades or high marks in their course work at school. In the US honors students may refer to: Honors students are often recognized for their achievements. A student who has made numerous appearances on the honor roll may be awarded with some form of acade ... Read »


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    • Indian students abroad

    • Students of Indian origin are traveling in higher numbers than ever before to pursue higher education abroad. In 2006, of the 123,000 studying outside India, 76,500 have chosen USA as a country of their choice followed by UK. Canada and UK are also other major countries in the world and is one of the safest countries f ... Read »


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    • International Student Identity Card

    • The International Student Identity Card (ISIC) is a Discount card targeting full-time students, and offers discounts for travel, insurance, and various goods. The issuer, ISIC Association, also issues International Youth Travel Card (IYTC) for non-students, and International Teacher Identity Card (ITIC) for teachers an ... Read »


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    • Junior (education)

    • A junior is a student in their third year of study (generally referring to high school or college/university study). Juniors are considered upperclassman. In the United States, the 11th grade is usually the third year of a student's high school period and is referred to as junior year . In the U.S., colleges gene ... Read »


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    • Suleiman Kassim

    • Suleiman Khassim has served as an aviation secretary for the Ministry of Transportation in Nigeria. ... Read »


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    • Johnny Lechner

    • John A "Johnny" Lechner is an American film and television actor best known for his role as Alan Reese on the television series Girls of Sunset Place (Showtime - 2012), as well as his role as Greg "Fossil" Karanowski in the movie Fraternity House (2008). Lechner was born in Fort Hood, Texas, but grew up in Pewaukee, Wi ... Read »


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    • Nawojka

    • Nawojka (pronounced: [naˈvɔi̯ka]; 14th-century – 15th-century) was a legendary medieval Polish woman known to have dressed as a boy in order to study at the University of Kraków in the 15th century. She later became a nun. She is considered to be the first female student and teacher in Poland. The ... Read »


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    • Non-traditional student

    • A non-traditional student is an American term referring to a category of students at colleges and universities. The National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) acknowledges there is no precise definition for non-traditional student, but suggests that part-time status and age are common elements. In a 1996 study, th ... Read »


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    • Peer Leadership Program

    • The Peer Leadership is a school educational program that looks upon upperclassmen to help ease the transition to the underclassman's respective freshmen year, usually run in public Universities and high schools. The Peer Program is considered to stress communal interaction and social insight. Before meeting with smalle ... Read »


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    • Peer learning

    • One of the most visible approaches to peer learning comes out of cognitive psychology, and is applied within a "mainstream" educational framework: "Peer learning is an educational practice in which students interact with other students to attain educational goals." In this context, it can be compared to the practices t ... Read »


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    • Perpetual student

    • A perpetual student or career student is a college or university attendee who re-enrolls for several years more than is necessary to obtain a given degree. The 2002 film National Lampoon's Van Wilder tells the story of Van Wilder, a popular student who has been in college for seven years, with no plans to graduate. T ... Read »


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    • Postbaccalaureate program

    • Postbaccalaureate programs (postbac) is reserved for students who are working toward a second bachelor's degree or a second entry degree. These programs are offered for those who already have a first undergraduate degree. Post Baccalaureate programs are not considered traditional graduate education, but it is more adva ... Read »


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    • Professional student

    • The term Professional student has two uses in the university setting: ... Read »


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    • Queen bee (sociology)

    • A queen bee is the leader of a female group, such as a clique. The term has been applied in several social settings. In a business environment, a "queen bee" may refer to a woman in upper management who advanced in the ranks without the help of any type of affirmative action programs. Many of those executive women ... Read »


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    • School-leaving age

    • The school leaving age is the minimum age a person is legally allowed to cease attendance at an institute of compulsory secondary education. Most countries have their school leaving age set the same as their minimum full-time employment age, thus allowing smooth transition from education into employment, whilst a few h ... Read »


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    • Senior (education)

    • Senior is a term used in the United States to describe a student in the fourth and final year of study (generally referring to high school or college/university study). In the United States, the twelfth grade is usually the fourth and final year of a student's high school period and is referred to as his/her senio ... Read »


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    • Senioritis

    • Senioritis is a colloquial term mainly used in the United States and Canada to describe the decreased motivation toward studies displayed by students who are nearing the end of their high school, college, and graduate school careers. It combines the word senior with the suffix -itis, which technically denotes inflammat ... Read »


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    • Sophomore

    • In the United States, a sophomore (/ˈsɒfəmɔːr/ or /ˈsɒfmɔːr/) is a student in the second year of study at high school or college. The 10th grade is the second year of a student's high school period but is referred to as sophomore year. The term is derived from Greek σόφισ ... Read »


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    • Student

    • A student or pupil is a learner, or someone who attends an educational institution. In Britain those attending university are termed "students". In the United States, and more recently also in Britain, the term "student" is applied to both categories. In its widest use, student is used for anyone who is learning, inclu ... Read »


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    • Student approaches to learning

    • Student Approaches to Learning is a theory that students will take a different approach to how they study, depending upon the perceived objectives of the course they are studying. The theory was developed from the clinical studies of two educational psychologists, Ference Marton and Roger Säljö, who found that s ... Read »


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    • Student development theories

    • Student Development Theory refers to the body of educational psychology that theorizes how students gain knowledge in post-secondary educational environments. The earliest manifestation of student development theory — or tradition — in Europe was in loco parentis. Loosely translated, this concept refers ... Read »


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    • Student group

    • A student group is an organization of students, typically at a high school, college or university, who share a common background or interest. Student groups may be supervised by a member of faculty, but are typically organized and attended independently. Student groups may elect people to positions of responsibility in ... Read »


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    • Student marketing

    • Student marketing refers to the promotion of products, brands and ideas to the 3 million+ higher and further education student population. Student marketing is generally realised through student media or ambient marketing on campuses. Student marketing is not the same as Student Union Marketing which concentrates on m ... Read »


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    • Student number

    • A student number is the identification number assigned to a student upon first entering or registering with an educational institution and is used to identify the student in lieu of a name for grades, essays, projects, exams and official documents. At Austrian public universities, students are assigned a unique ei ... Read »


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    • Student prank

    • University students have a long association with pranks and japes. These can often involve petty crime, such as the theft of traffic cones and other public property, or hoaxes. In fact, practical jokes play such a significant part in student culture that numerous books have been published that solely focus on the issue ... Read »


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    • Super senior

    • A super senior is a student in an American four-year educational institution such as a high school or university who has been attending the institution for 5 or more years or has more than the usual number of credits required to graduate without achieving a diploma or bachelor's degree. Applied to education in the ... Read »


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