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something completed or attained successfully

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We want to encourage as many young people to come forward and let us know their achievements.
But even if this fall's elections shift the political direction in the legislative branch, NCLB appears likely to stay on the statute books because it provides a framework, flaws notwithstanding, to bring about significant advances in student achievement in the country's public schools.
The LAUSD failed to meet federal standards for math and English proficiency for the second straight year despite slight increases in student achievement scores, a California Department of Education report released Thursday said.
To develop effective parent-involvement programs, which range from greater support for the school programs to improved student achievement, researchers must investigate how to help school leaders identify practices and policies that encourage parent trust and involvement in the process of schooling.
The buzz on the leaf-strewn street is that the new kid on the award show block, the Kenny Awards[TM] is sure to sweep the "Best Achievement in Self-Congratulatory Award Show" category at next year's Emmys.
Or, in the cabin those first nights, counselors might talk with children about their successes and achievements in school to help identify the low achievers.
Catherine Fitt, executive director of children's services, said: "These awards recognise the extraordinary qualities, determination and achievements of young people in the North East.
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.
We're extremely proud of their achievements and look forward to their continued success.
Results of other studies concede that differential socializing practices of parents and less so sex-role stereotyping do explain the differences in the academic achievements of males and females (Deslandes, Bouchard, & St.
The main criteria for selection are based on the significance of the lifetime achievements cited on behalf of the nominee and on the sustained contributions of the nominee to the field of engineering.
The Geospatial Academic Achievement Award commends the achievements of the top graduate of a nationally recognized geospatial intelligence academic program as well as the organization or individual that demonstrates the top geospatial intelligence research program or project.
Our Insight Awards showcase the unique achievements of our customers and the value of our predictive analytic offerings.
Brokaw's successive accomplishments in broadcast journalism over the last 40 years, along with his more recent achievements in documentary reporting and authorship, have enlightened audiences, providing them with a unique perspective on our nation and its past, and stirring within them a passion about the historical events that have shaped our present day," said Tom Wheeler, president of the Foundation for the National Archives.
These six companies were selected for their significant business achievements; innovation within their industries; business excellence and integrity; demonstrated community leadership; contribution to the community by promoting and supporting the needs of education; track record of professional and civic achievements that are a direct result of use of the free enterprise system as well as their commitment to remaining and doing business in Massachusetts.
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