Schola Daltoniana

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Principale scholae aedificium, pro gradibus a 4 ad 12, Big Dalton ('Magna Daltonia') per ludibrium appellatum.

Schola Daltoniana[1] est privata et coeducationalis schola praeparatoria collegialis intra Upper East Side Manhatae Novi Eboraci sita et socius Foederis Scholarum Praeparatoriarum Hederosi et Interscholae Novi Eboraci. Haec institutio, cui nunc sunt tres aedificia, ab Helena Parkhurst anno 1919 condita est. Tempus erat correctionis educationalis, cum philosophi, docentes, et psychologi infantium se progressivos habentes vulgatam eorum temporis sapientiam interrogare inciperent, mores qui affirmabant eruditionem esse rationem exercitii et mandationis memoriae, ac solum docendi modum esse pueros in conclavibus severe includere, ut eorum propria ludendi, movendi, dicendi, libereque investigandi natura reprimatur.

Schola appellatur ex Daltonia, oppido in Massachusetta situm, ubi conditrix degebat. Sententiola est "Ite Impavidi."[2]

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  13. "Barrett Foa". Barrett Foa .
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  15. "Laura Geller | Jewish Women's Archive". Jwa.org .
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  17. Harmetz, Aljean (1987-08-28). "New Face; Moving Up To 'Pretty' Roles: Jennifer Grey". The New York Times .
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  20. Thwaite, Ann (25 Martii 2015). "Marni Hodgkin obituary". The Guardian .
  21. Joe Queenan (2004-10-03). "'The Know-It-All': A Little Learning Is a Dangerous Thing" .
  22. Finn, Robin (2001-11-30). "PUBLIC LIVES - Confections of an Enterprising Candy Lover". Novi Eboraci: NYTimes.com .
  23. "Mary Stuart Masterson - Biography - Movies & TV - NYTimes.com". Movies.nytimes.com. 1966-06-28 .
  24. "Tracy Pollan: Actress - Most Beautiful, Tracy Pollan". People.com .
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  26. "By Robert S. Boynton". The New New Journalism .
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  28. Smith, Dinitia (1995-08-08). "Finally, the Role Marian Seldes Was Born For". The New York Times .
  29. "Christian Slater - Biography - Movies & TV - NYTimes.com". Movies.nytimes.com. 1969-08-18 .
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  31. Snodgrass, Mary Ellen. "Stuart, Jill". Fashion Encyclopedia .
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  34. "Biography for Bokeem Woodbine". IMDb.com .
  35. "The Washington Monthly". The Washington Monthly. 2004-06-12 .
  36. "Meet Andrew Zimmern". Travelchannel.com .

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