Origin: L. Scholasticus, Gr, fr. To have leisure, to give lectures, to keep a school, from leisure, a lecture, a school: cf. F. Scholastique, scolastique. See School.
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... clear data is equally remiss. And indeed, there are areas where the data is clear such as the beneficial effects of physical education on scholastic performance, the ability to acquire a second language at an early age, and the detrimental effects of sleep deprivation on academic performance. ...
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