寄宿学校

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寄宿学校是一种部分或全体学生不仅在那里学习,而且与同学(有时也与教师)一同居住的学校

英联邦国家的许多公学都是寄宿学校。在寄宿学校度过的时间可能从一年到十二年,或更长的时间。寄宿学校的学生可能在离开其父母的情况下,度过他们的童年青春期的大部分时光,學生只有在假期返回家中。在美国,寄宿学校通常包括7到12年级,主要在中学阶段。大部分寄宿学校也拥有走读的学生,他们是本社区的居民或教职员子女。一些美国的寄宿学校起到军事训练的作用。[1]

參考資料[编辑]

  1. ^ Cadet, Linton Hall. Linton Hall Military School alumni memories: Linton Hall Military School from an adult point of view. Lintonhallmilitaryschool.blogspot.com. 23 June 2010. 

延伸閱讀[编辑]

  • Cadet, Linton Hall, Linton Hall Military School Memories: One cadet's memoir, Scrounge Press, 2014. ISBN 9781495931963 Memoir of cadet who attended during the late 1960s, with copies of brochures from the 1940s and 1980s, and photos of the school.
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  • Schaverien, J. (2004) Boarding School: The Trauma of the Privileged Child, in Journal of Analytical Psychology, vol 49, 683–705 <https://web.archive.org/web/20060822135014/http://isana.org.au/_Upload/Files/2005112215407_Boardingschool%5B1%5D.pdf>
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