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Originally derived from British common law, the legal notion of “in lo

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Originally derived from British common law, the legal notion of “in loco parentis,” holds that schools and other educational institutions take on some of the responsibilities and functions of a parent, so that they act as a guardian to the children under their care.
A. so that they act as a guardian to the children under their care
B. so that they act like a guardian for the children under their care
C. acting as a guardian to the children under their care
D. and acting as a guardian for the children under its care
E. so acting like a guardian of the children under their care


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Originally derived from British common law, the legal notion of “in loco parentis,” holds that schools and other educational institutions take on some of the responsibilities and functions of a parent, so that they act as a guardian to the children under their care.
A. so that they act as a guardian to the children under their care
B. so that they act like a guardian for the children under their care
C. acting as a guardian to the children under their care
D. and acting as a guardian for the children under its care
E. so acting like a guardian of the children under their care


Source: McGraw-Hill's GMAT


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