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Public School

Public school (Civ5)
Building of the Industrial era
Cost 300 20xProduction5
Maintenance 3 20xGold5
Technology

Scientific theory (Civ5) Scientific theory

Specialists

Scientist (Civ5)

Effect
  • +1 20xScience5 Science per 2 20xPopulation5 Population
  • +3 20xScience5 Science
  • Requires University or Wat

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Game InfoEdit

Industrial Era science building. Requires University or Wat.

  • +3 20xScience5 Science
  • +1 20xScience5 Science for every 2 20xPopulation5 Citizens in this City.
  • 1 Scientist Specialist Slot
  • +1 20xGold5 Gold with Sovereignty Social policy
  • +1 20xHappiness5 Happiness with Academy of Sciences Order tenet

StrategyEdit

The Public School is a very effective Industrial-era building which greatly increases a city's output of science. It provides both a flat Science increase and additional Science based on the number of citizens in the city, as well as a Specialist slot. The city must have already constructed a University or Wat in order to build a Public School.

Historical InfoEdit

A public school provides free pre-university education to a civilization's children. This is a fairly advanced concept. First, the civilization must believe that education is important, and that educating the poor is not a threat to the ruling class. Second, the civilization must be wealthy enough so that the children of the poor do not need to work to fend off starvation. And finally, the civilization must be enlightened enough to be willing to expend some of its public revenue providing the education. Most countries in the world today provide some level of public education for their young. The first American public grade schools opened during the Colonial era. The first public high school was opened in Boston in 1821.

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