It takes time to see the impact of educating
(10) Michael Buerger, "Educating
and Training the Future Police Officer," FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin, January 2004, 30.
Athletic directors can play an instrumental role in educating
their school sports communities about anabolic steroid abuse.
Countless studies over the past decade and more all point to a single, undeniable conclusion: educating
girls is imperative to the development of nations.
Specialty initiatives within this program focus on diabetic eye disease, glaucoma, low vision (when everyday tasks become difficult to do even with corrective lenses, medicine, or surgery), and educating
Spanish-speaking Americans about eye and vision problems.
But in states that require parents to submit paperwork to the public school district "proving" they are educating
their children, these types of laws would add one or more years of compelled attendance (even in the home) and additional paperwork.
THE key to aid for Africa is educating
not only the men and boys but the girls and women, too.
For example, the claim that yearly standardized testing is the key to improvement in educating
Over the years, studies on organizational communication have clearly indicated that managers are usually poor at sharing and listening and good at informing and educating
; managers wearing their communication hats appear much happier and self-satisfied in the informing/educating role than in the sharing/listening role.
* A compliance officer responsible for enforcing policies and procedures, educating
employees and maintaining day-to-day BSA compliance;
As the city has been making its transition from assembly-line manufacturing to the more lucrative and fast-growing spheres of biomedical research and computer software, those like Scott are concerned that too much immigration will come at the expense of educating
and training the next generation of African-American computer programmers and biomedical engineers.
We don't want one dimensional people and this program addresses that by educating
the participants in almost everything we do."
"All of us--the accounting profession, Congress, the SEC, PCAOB and other capital market participants--must do a better job educating
the public on the internal controls reporting process: what it means and how to best interpret it.
"Nothing can be more important than educating
fiduciaries in their critical responsibility in the protection of employee benefit plans," said AICPA President and CEO Barry Melancon.
For some, this may beg the question of how one goes about educating
the public without crossing the line into government propaganda--but such instruction does not inherently require a monolithic program orchestrated by the Federal Government.