Colne Valley's conversion will mean that 11 of the 25 secondary schools are academies
The Saturday Academies
ran each weekend during the program's duration except for those dates which were designated as holidays.
Again, the principal reason for this radical change was the availability of a new generation of graduates from the new Central Russian ecclesiastical academies
So here's a suggestion for downsizing the military that the Pentagon's "bottom-up review" and Al Gore's National Performance Review missed: Abolish the service academies
In addition, the academies
would have the President's science adviser work more closely with the Office of Management and Budget and other White house staff to see that national policies are translated into coordinated endeavors throughout the federal government.
CPAs, condensed versions of regular police academies
, first were developed in the United Kingdom in 1977 for the purpose of acquainting citizens with the nature and structure of policing.
But it raises the question of why we don't also set up military service academies
to lead the sagging steel industry or the depressed oil industry--both of which are of critical importance to us in wartime.