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In education, school refers to 
Some of the noted schools of philosophy are:
- Eleactic school | Founded by Parmenides
- Stoic school | Founded by Zeno
- American school of econophysics
- Chinese social physics school
- Harvard Pareto circle
- Indian school of econophysics (aka "Kolkata school" according to Victor Yakovenko)
- Lausanne school of physical economics
- Mechanistic school | Mechanistic school of social thermodynamics | Pitirim Sorokin (1928)
- Odum school
- Physiocrats | referred to as a "school" by Steve Keen (2017) 
- Princeton Department of Social Physics
- Roegen-Daly school
- Romanian school of physical socioeconomics
- Leiden University
- École Polytechnique
- Glasgow school of thermodynamics
- Berlin school of thermodynamics
- Edinburgh school of thermodynamics
- Gibbsian school
- Dutch school of thermodynamics
- “Osmotic school” of thermodynamics | See: Johannes van Laar
- Dresden school of thermodynamics
- Energetics school
- Brussels school of thermodynamics
- Lewis school of thermodynamics
- MIT school of thermodynamics
The following are quotes:
- “I worry that high school biology teachers are tiptoeing too respectfully around traditional beliefs.”
- — Richard Dawkins (2008), Park High School teacher interview
- Schools – Hmolpedia 2020.
- Keen, Steve. (2017). “Value and Thermodynamics” (YT), Prof Steve Keen, Jan 10.
- Schools of thermodynamics – Hmolpedia 2020.
- Kragh, Helge and Weininger, Stephen J. (1996). “Sooner Science than Confusion: the Tortuous Entry of Entropy into Chemist” (abs), Historical Studies in the Physical and Biological Sciences, 27(1): 91-130.
- School – Wikipedia.