Means a program or programs to
develop and promote the training, general knowledge, or academic,
technical, and vocational skills and cultural attainments of
individuals in a community or other given political area. These
programs may be conducted by schools, including preschool activities
and child care centers, colleges, universities, schools for the
mentally retarded or physically handicapped, educational radio and
television stations, libraries, or museums. Public educational
programs may include public school systems and supporting facilities
such as centralized administrative or service facilities.
Education comprehends. . . instruction and discipline intended to
enlighten the understanding, correct the temper, and form the
manners and habits of youth, and fit them for usefulness in their
future stations. To give them a religious education is
indispensable. Education: the action or process of [developing
mentally or morally].