The development of knowledge enhanced by education beginning at pre-school to high school and onto college
The development of knowledge enhanced by education beginning at pre-school to high school and onto college.
I'm not sure what your question is, Liz. This is an incomplete sentence. You could simply add the word "is" before enhanced to complete it, but then it is still an awkward sentence. Isn't education the same thing as developing knowledge? You are basically saying that education is enhanced by education. School is often referred to as formal education when one wants to distinguish between that and what a child learns at home or elsewhere. "Beginning at pre-school to high school and onto college" needs some work. When you want to show movement from one point to another, we usually use a "from...to" structure, not "at...to.". Otherwise, you need to say something like beginning at pre-school and continuing through high school.
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