Public school (government funded): Quiz

Question 1: It is comparable to British A-Levels, American SATs, the Irish Leaving Certificate and German ________.
Gymnasium (Germany)MaturaGymnasium (school)Abitur

Question 2: In ________ and Wales, the equivalent term would be state school.
EnglandScotlandUnited KingdomBritish people

Question 3: The school districts are ________ authorized by provisions of state law.
Off-budget enterpriseIllinoisUnited States ConstitutionSpecial-purpose district

Question 4: Gymnasium (high school) until 12th grade or 13th grade (with ________ as exit exam, qualifying for admission to university).
AbiturMaturaGymnasium (Germany)Germany

Question 5: Primary Schooling in ________ is mandatory as of age 6, the first year of primary school.
ItalyFranceUnited KingdomCanada

Question 6: It is also possible for parents to send their children to various kinds of ________.
Private schoolSecondary educationIndependent schoolPublic school (privately funded)

Question 7: The first free public school in America was the Syms-Eaton Academy (1634) in Hampton, Virginia, while the first tax-supported public school in America was in ________.
Needham, MassachusettsDedham, MassachusettsFranklin, MassachusettsHolbrook, Massachusetts

Question 8: ________, state colleges, and state universities are examples of public institutions of higher education.
SchoolPublic school (government funded)Secondary educationCommunity college

Question 9: Many parents start sending their children earlier though, around age 3 as ________ classes (maternelle) are usually affiliated to a borough's (commune) primary school.
CanadaUnited KingdomUnited StatesKindergarten

Question 10: Curricula, funding, teaching, and other policies are set through locally elected school boards by jurisdiction over ________.
MarylandSchool districtTexasKentucky

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