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a private school where students are lodged and fed as well as taught

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My son who attends a high brow boarding school recently returned home with complaints of itching which is worse at night.
Arriving in the republican special boarding school No 4 for physically disabled children, and deprived of parental care in Shuvalan settlement, Vice-President of the Heydar Aliyev Foundation Leyla Aliyeva met with children, and viewed conditions created for them here.
PLANS to send children in care to boarding school has split opinion among readers.
Anderson Education -- the UK Boarding School Specialists -- will be visiting Bahrain on January 18 to meet families considering a UK boarding school education, summer school or language programme.
Synopsis: During his Boarding School years, Richard Rene Silvin rubbed elbows with Elizabeth Taylor, Marlene Dietrich, the Rockefellers and royalty from many countries worldwide.
Minister of Education and Science Gulmira Kudaiberdiyeva replied to MP Kasymaliyeva on number of children in the boarding schools. "There are 14 specialized boarding schools with 2,165 children.
It is argued that many children from some of the more remote parts of the country would not have gone to school if they could not get access to boarding facilities.Another argument for boarding schools is that boys and girls from different parts of the country live and study together and this way learn to be better citizens!Your question, however, pulls us back to consider "the right age" to send children to boarding school.
Summary: Boarding schools are generally 'popular' for making young men out of boys.
Education stakeholders on Saturday urged the Ministry of Education to shelve its plans to phase out public boarding schools.
Schools in Chhukha will procure locally grown vegetables to feed students in boarding schools that are there in the Dzongkhag from July this year.
This follows an earlier MOU signed on October 12, 2017 between PTSMS and PT Rijan Dinamis Selaras ("RDS") representing Pondok Pesantren Riyadhul Jannah Pacer Mojokerjo, founder of Consultative Assembly of Indonesian Boarding Schools which has a network of 28,000 boarding schools to undertake a Fintech project (the "Indonesian Project").
This Benevolent Experiment: Indigenous Boarding Schools, Genocide, and Redress in Canada and the United States