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School choice is a term or label given to a wide array of programs offering students and their families alternatives to publicly provided schools, to which students are generally assigned by the location of their family residence. In the United States, the most common option offered by 'school choice' programs are educational voucher programs. 

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The English in Britain website, launched in 1997 and now 16 years old, holds information on hundreds of English language courses in quality, accredited language training organisations in the United Kingdom. Search for a course or an institution, get the information you need and contact the institution or a local contact directly.

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A tutor is an instructor who gives private lessons. The most famous example of a tutor is Aristotle, who tutored Alexander the Great. A tutor is not to be confused with a teacher who is employed in the education of groups. To tutor (as a verb) is to perform the functions of a tutor. Shadow education is a pejorative name for private supplementary

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