Noun(1) a technical school offering instruction in many industrial arts and applied sciences
(1) Even though residents carry on ancient traditions and live secluded from a modern lifestyle, they have bidden farewell to illiteracy, and have generated over 20 polytechnic school and college students in recent years.(2) What measures has the Government undertaken to reinforce polytechnic activity in areas that contribute strongly to its core role?(3) Twenty-four lower, middle, and higher polytechnic schools train students exclusively in applied work.(4) Hundreds of polytechnic students at Andalas University attacked the university's School of Law on the Limau Manis campus on Thursday.(5) You can almost see their nostrils twitching as they detect the whiff of a hapless polytechnic lecturer who considers logic an outdated bourgeois construct.(6) Why should these failed teachers, polytechnic lecturers and social workers be allowed to preen and feather their nests at public expense?(7) Luis Inacio's experience of working with metals, in a screw factory, led to his acceptance by the local polytechnic school, SENAI.(8) Her 17-year-old daughter is now studying at a polytechnic school.(9) As the new assistant minister of education she devotes herself to educational improvement, opening polytechnic schools in remote areas.(10) The actor portrays Sneath, the chameleon-esque former polytechnic lecturer and current hanger-on and social commentator.(11) Students from 22 engineering colleges, 24 polytechnics and 13 schools had displayed their projects, and were vying for prizes in various categories.(12) The point of tension in the system began when polytechnics and institutions of technology were allowed to issue degrees.(13) From 1825 all vacant professorships at Austrian universities and polytechnics were filled by public competition.(14) It removed the polytechnics (now universities) and sixth-form colleges from local control and allowed secondary schools to opt out of local authority control and become grant-maintained schools funded by Whitehall.(15) The dignity of academic people and their universities and polytechnics has been assailed from without by government and from within by the corrosion of bureaucracy.(16) Students at those polytechnics , recently renamed universities, are of course the worst of all the studying kind.
(1) polytechnic school :: polytechnic school
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