P-school
 n.— «Created in the 1960s, when pregnant girls were such pariahs that they were forced to leave school until their babies were born, the city school system’s four pregnancy schools—or P-schools, as they are obliquely referred to—have lived on, their population dwindling to just 323 students from 1,500 in the late 1960s.» —“New York’s Schools for Pregnant Girls Will Close” by Julie Bosman New York Times May 24, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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