A community school is a type of school, provided for out of public funds. A school (from Greek σχολεῖον - scholeion) is an Institution designed to allow and encourage Students (or "pupils"
A community school in England and Wales is a type of school that is run wholly by the local education authority (LEA). Education in England is the responsibility of the Department for Children Schools and Families and the Department for Innovation Universities and Skills of the Education in Wales differs in certain respects from the systems used elsewhere in the United Kingdom. History The Roman occupation of Britain was the first period in which the area of present-day England and Wales was administered as a single unit (with the exception The LEA is responsible for the school's admissions, owns the school's estate and employs the school's staff. The term was introduced in the School Standards and Framework Act 1998. Community schools were previously often called county schools.
A community school in Ireland is a type of secondary education school funded individually and directly by the state. The Republic of Ireland 's education system is quite similar to that of most other western countries Ireland (pronounced /ˈaɾlənd/ Éire) is the third largest island in Europe, and the twentieth-largest island in the world Australia See also Education Ireland ( Irish: Éire, ˈeːrʲə is a country in north-western Europe. Both academic and vocational programmes are available and facilities are broader than at voluntary or vocational schools. A voluntary secondary school (alternatively secondary school) in Ireland is a type of Secondary education school that is privately owned and managed ATTENTION *** This article is not "Vocational education in the United States" The facilities are for use by the community and adult education in addition to normal programmes of education at this level. In biological terms a community is a group of interacting Organisms sharing an environment. Adult education is the practice of teaching and educating adults