What countries offer free education?
Slang), bursar, bursarial, bursary or bursarship ( Scot.
), campus, campus university, catalogue ( U. ), Certificate of Pre-vocational Education or CPVE ( Brit. ), Certificate of Proficiency or COP ( N. ), class, classmate, classroom, co-ed ( U.
), coeducation, collegial, collegian, collegiate, comedown ( Brit.
), conductive education, congregation ( chiefly Brit. ), continuous assessment, convocation, core subjects ( Brit. ), coursework, crammer, credit, crib ( Brit. ), Cuisenaire rod ( trademark), curricular, curriculum, dean, deanery, degree, delegacy, department, detention, dissertation, docent ( U. ), donnish, dropout, dunce, dunce cap, dux, Easter term, educate, education, educational, eleven-plus ( obsolete), emeritus, entry, essay, examination or exam, exercise, exhibition ( Brit. ), expel, extension, external, extracurricular, extramural, faculty, fail, family grouping or vertical grouping, federal, fellow, fellowship, ferule, flunk ( chiefly U. Informal), fresher or freshman, full professor ( U.
), General Certificate of Education or GCE ( Brit. ), General Certificate of Secondary Education or GCSE ( Brit. ), graduation, grant, grant-in-aid, grant-maintained, Great Public Schools or GPS ( Austral. ), gymnasium, hall, hall of residence, headmaster or headmistress, headmastership or headmistress-ship, headship ( Brit.
), high school, Hilary term, homework, honours or (U. ) honors, hood, hooky or hookey ( chiefly U. Informal), house, housefather, housemaster, housemother, imposition ( Brit. ), in residence, instructor ( U. ), internal, interscholastic, intramural ( chiefly U. Slang), junior, junior common room, key stage ( Brit.
), lecture, lecturer, level of attainment ( Brit.
), lines, literae humaniores ( Brit. ), LMS or local management of schools ( Brit. ), local examinations, lowerclassman ( U. ), lower school, lycée ( chiefly French), manciple, marking, master, matriculate, matriculation or matric, mature student, Michaelmas term, middle common room, midterm, mistress, mitch or mich ( dialect), mocks ( informal), moderator ( Brit. Slang), National Curriculum ( Brit.
), Nuffield teaching project ( Brit. ), open learning, Ordinary grade or O grade ( Scot. ), Ordinary level or O level ( Brit.
), Ordinary National Certificate or ONC ( Brit. & Irish), parent teacher association or PTA, parietal ( U. ), pass, pedant ( archaic), pipe ( U.
Slang), porter, postgraduate, prefect ( Brit. Informal), principal, Privatdocent, proctor ( U. ), professor, professoriate, prospectus, provost, punishment exercise, reader ( chiefly Brit. ), record of achievement ( Brit. ), recreation, rector ( chiefly Brit. ), refresher course, regent, registrar, Regius professor ( Brit. ), sabbatical, sandwich course, SCE or Scottish Certificate of Education, scholastic, School Certificate ( Brit. ), schoolleaver, schoolman, schoolmarm, schoolmaster, schoolmistress, schoolteacher, second ( Brit.
), self-educated, semester ( chiefly U.
), seminar, senate, send down, senior, senior common room, session, set, shell ( Brit. ), stage, Standard Grade ( Scot.
), standard assessment tasks or SATS ( Brit.
), student teacher, subject, subprincipal, summa cum laude, summative assessment ( Brit. ), supervisor, teach-in, term, tertiary bursary ( Brit. ), test, thesis, transcript ( chiefly U. ), transfer, trimester ( chiefly U. ), Trinity term, truant, tuition, tutee, tutor, tutorial, tutorial system, union, university entrance (examination) or UE ( N. ), undergraduate, unstreamed ( Brit. ), upper school, vice chancellor ( Brit.
), visiting professor, wag ( slang), warden ( Brit. ), year education noun "education: that which discloses to the wise and disguises from the foolish their lack of understanding" [Ambrose Bierce The Devil's Dictionary] "To live for a time close to great minds is the best education" [John Buchan Memory Hold the Door] Quotations "Just as the twig is bent, the tree's inclined" [Alexander Pope Epistles to Several Persons] "Education is something that tempers the young and consoles the old, gives wealth to the poor and adorns the rich" [Diogenes (The Cynic)] "Education is simply the soul of a society as it passes from one generation to another" [G. Chesterton] "The roots of education are bitter, but the fruit is sweet" [Aristophanes] "Education makes a people easy to lead, but difficult to drive; easy to govern, but impossible to enslave" [Lord Henry Brougham speech to the House of Commons] "Education is what survives when what has been learnt has been forgotten" [B.
Skinner Education in 1984] "When you educate a man you educate an individual; when you educate a woman you educate a whole family" [Charles D.