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An educational institution is a place where people of different ages gain an education. Examples of some institutions are preschools, primary schools, secondary schools, and further and higher education. They provide a large variety of learning environments and learning spaces. The institution can be public, private or unconventional.

The American Educational System typically divides learning facilities by an age grade system. Students are designated to a grade level based on their age, advancing one grade each year. They are required to learn and do tasks at this level or they will be set back a grade. This designation determines what educational institution would be an appropriate setting for the individual student.

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