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something completed or attained successfully

a great or heroic deed

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Arab women are honoured for their achievements in various fields.
Such perceptions and goals are influenced by individuals' interpretations of their own previous achievements. In other words, expectations of success and outcomes of achievements presumably have a cyclical influence on each other.
The Chronicle's annual campaign aims to celebrate the achievements of 14 to 25-year-olds from across the region.
Earlier in the year, at the first of a series of NCLB summits--this one in Philadelphia--Spellings lauded the Philadelphia School District's NCLB achievements under its chief executive officer, Paul Vallas, who has been implementing sweeping district-wide reforms since 2002.
The role of parents is strengthened when they meaningfully participate in their children's educational achievements. The amount of contact that parents have with school and the amount they volunteer can be influenced positively by more proactive communication by the school.
IPA's mission is to salute the achievements of the world's finest photographers, to discover new and emerging talent and to promote the appreciation of photography.
Finally, school counselors and other education professionals should inform students about probable outcomes for various education and career options, given the individual student's personal achievements, including both strengths and weaknesses.
Thus we see one immigrant group after another rise to prominence in wealth and culture, and then they produce major achievements in various areas of science, management, and the arts.
The awards, presented by the Academy of Dance on Film, honored the year's choreographic achievements in motion pictures, television, commercials, and music videos.
Commissioned by the College Board's National Task Force on Minority High Achievement, this report documents recent national progress in advancing the achievements of elementary-aged minority children, the potential for replicable whole-school reform designs to contribute to this advancement, and the individual, classroom, and school characteristics that distinguish those minority students who attain high levels of achievement.
Peabody-style glasses, he read the mission statement of the Kennys: "to honor achievements in entertainment during the recent Troubles." In addition to the nominations, the M.C.
The awards aim to celebrate the achievements of young people from the North East aged between 14 and 25.
A spokesman said: "We believe young people's achievements should be recognised and rewarded, and their success should be celebrated."
Effects of using calculators on computational ability on non-college bound students, their attitudes toward mathematics and achievements on unit tests in probability and statistics.
The Byker Grove star turned CBBC presenter is backing our search to recognise the hard work and huge achievements of children and teenagers, often battling against the odds.
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