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Synonyms for subject

branch of study

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put through

subject to: liable to

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  • liable to
  • open to
  • exposed to
  • vulnerable to
  • prone to
  • susceptible to
  • disposed to

subject to: bound by

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  • bound by
  • under the control of
  • accountable to
  • constrained by

subject to: dependent on

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Synonyms for subject

in a position of subordination

determined or to be determined by someone or something else

a person owing loyalty to and entitled to the protection of a given state

what a speech, piece of writing, or artistic work is about

to lay open, as to something undesirable or injurious

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to make subservient or subordinate

Synonyms for subject

the subject matter of a conversation or discussion

something (a person or object or scene) selected by an artist or photographer for graphic representation

some situation or event that is thought about

(grammar) one of the two main constituents of a sentence

a person who is subjected to experimental or other observational procedures

(logic) the first term of a proposition

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cause to experience or suffer or make liable or vulnerable to

make accountable for

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make subservient

refer for judgment or consideration

possibly accepting or permitting

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being under the power or sovereignty of another or others

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likely to be affected by something

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Conversely, it makes sense that general educators who are considered highly qualified in a core academic subject would be similarly highly qualified in the pedagogy of teaching that content to students with diverse learning needs, such as students with learning disabilities.
Because rural teachers are often required to teach more than one academic subject, the original provisions of the law did not recognize and adequately accommodate the challenges faced by teachers in small rural districts.
To continually support the needs of researchers throughout the world, ebrary[R], a leading provider of e-books and research technology, today announced it has added more than 16,000 titles in all academic subject areas to Academic Complete[TM].
Margot James (Con, Stourbridge) criticised schools which encouraged pupils to take subjects such as leisure and tourism instead of academic subjects including history or geography.
History is a core academic subject under the No Child Left Behind Act.
Students who failed more than one academic subject were not eligible for summer school; instead, they were retained in their grade.
That is the core of most admission applications, so home-schooled students need to present alternate materials to demonstrate their strengths in a variety of academic subject areas.
For each lesson plan, specific skills and focuses are identified, academic subject areas and thematic connections are delineated, and instructional materials are listed, along with step-by-step procedures.
The irregularity of their role and the liminality of their position render the uskoks rather challenging as an academic subject, and Catherine Wendy Bracewell meets that challenge with an array of languages, an impressive mastery of several archives, perfect intellectual balance between competing archival perspectives, and real courage about taking on big historical questions.
Teachers will be allowed to demonstrate competence in core academic subject areas based on taking a high objective uniform state standard of evaluation (HOUSSE) as defined in NCLB.
While independent schools are not bound to the National Curriculum, they are expected to provide a broad and balanced curriculum which covers both religious and academic subject areas.
ebrary's growing selection of eBooks and other valuable content spans all academic subject areas.
These reports review the progress of states in meeting No Child Left Behind's HQT requirements (having 100% of students taught by a teacher who holds at least a bachelor's degree, has obtained full state certification, and has demonstrated knowledge in the core academic subject he or she teaches) and using No Child Left Behind's Title II, Part A funds to prepare, retain, and recruit quality teachers and principals so that all children will achieve to a high academic achievement standard and to their full potential.
The following are appended: (A) [Section 18-703] Sharon Christa McAuliffe Memorial Teacher Education Award; (B) [Section 18-708] Workforce Shortage Student Assistance Grants; (C) Quality Teacher Incentive Act 2004-2005; (D) Senate Bill 663: Retirement and Pensions--Reemployment of Retirees 2005-2006; (E) Number and Percent of Maryland Teachers Issued a Conditional Certificate Three-Year Comparison 2003-2004, 2004-2005 and 2005-2006; (F) Newly Hired Teachers with Conditional Certificates: 2005-2006; and (G) Number and Percentage of Classes Not Taught by Highly Qualified Teachers 2005-2006: (1) Kindergarten through Grade 12; (2) Percentage of Core Academic Subject Classes by School Level; and (3) Percentage of Core Academic Subject Classes by High and Low Poverty Status.
This fundamental disconnect is putting the economic security of families and the country at grave risk, and is prompting a national call for states to establish financial education as a core academic subject in all gradesCofrom Kindergarten through graduationCoby the National Association of State Boards of Education (NASBE).
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