Translation of magnet school in Spanish:

magnet school

noun

  • 1

    escuela financiada con fondos públicos concebida para atraer alumnos de diferentes áreas y grupos demográficos por sus mejores instalaciones y cursos
    • Designated as a magnet school for voluntary desegregation, it attracts students from throughout the Chicago School District.
    • Academies costing millions can easily become selective (as research into American magnet schools has shown) and drain the schools round about of talent and social muscle.
    • I was teaching in a magnet school where middle school students could take three electives a quarter.
    • The school is described as a ‘multilingual magnet school that focuses on language and cultural development and that offers a rigorous curriculum based on interdisciplinary units and critical thinking skills’.
    • In 1983, at its third and present site, Inter-American became a magnet school for desegregation and had to absorb about 250 students although they were given the option of transferring to other schools.
    • Because Davis is a magnet school, many parents and students consciously choose this model as their educational option.
    • At the end of this year, the fifth year of the pilot, the school will be a total two-way bilingual immersion magnet school, financed primarily through the operational budget.
    • The town enjoys first-rate transport links, magnet schools and one-of-a-kind shopping outlets.
    • The students come from an unusually broad cross-section of education institutions - ranging from a magnet school famous for training elite scientific talent to inner-city schools.
    • A blond, blue-eyed 7-year-old, Benjamin attends a Montessori magnet school just a block away from abandoned houses.
    • And still another 13 percent of families has a choice among public schools, such as magnet schools, charter schools, and interdistrict choice programs.
    • When one is visiting our magnet school for the arts, the first thing one might notice is the ‘mobile sculptures’ airily suspended in each of the four outdoor stairwells.
    • In the past 20 years, Waldorf has become the largest private school movement in the world, and Waldorf methods are now being taken up by a growing number of homeschooling families and public charter and magnet schools throughout the US.
    • She went to a top high school, a magnet school, in her area (she lived in poor rural western Virginia), went to an Ivy League university, did a master's program, and is now in law school in New York.
    • The fact that Longfellow Elementary is a magnet school for Spanish and the fine arts, carries the assumption that students will become bilingual and will be well educated in the fine arts.
    • I also went to a publicly-funded magnet school that selected boys at the age of 11 on the basis of IQ tests and gave them a chance to succeed.
    • Harvard is a magnet school that recruits pupils from throughout the city.
    • They are a magnet school for two disciplines: visual and performing arts, which encompasses art, drama and music; and physical education and sport science.
    • Choice in the form of public magnet schools, charter schools, alternative schools, and the like is already expanding rapidly; the public is demanding it.
    • The authors state that ‘the nature of public education is changing rapidly,’ and they mention the increase in the number of charter schools and magnet schools as examples.