Is this phrase correct children for school?

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I'm not sure I understand your question. What phrase are you asking about, "children for school?"
If that is what you mean, it could be correct depending on how it is used in the sentence. For example, a sentence such as "We must prepare the children for school." would be correct. If you make your question a bit clearer I could help more.
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