How can you compare a cell membrane to a school?

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The cell membrane is the outer boundary of a cell.  It protects the cell from outside invaders, it regulates what enters the cell, and it regulates what leaves the cell.  

I'm not sure how a school as a whole compares to a cell membrane.  If the metaphor can be how a school is like a cell, then I can explain what part  of a...

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