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CTC

Abbreviation for:
carbon tetrachloride
cerebello-thalamo-cortical
chlortetracycline
certified transplant center
Clinical Trial Certificate, see there (Medspeak-UK)
Communities That Care
computed-tomography colonography
connective tissue core
CT cisternography
CT colonography
cyclophosphamide, thiotepa, carboplatin
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City Technology Colleges were set up by the Education Reform Act in 1988 as independent but publicly funded schools.
The foundation donated pounds 2m to the building of Emmanuel College in Gateshead, a city technology college, which opened in 1990.
The Government is encouraging City Technology Colleges to become City Academies.
Telford and Wrekin LEA said: 'The governing body at Madeley Court School, with the support of the Borough of Telford & Wrekin, has partnered the school with Thomas Telford City Technology College to provide senior management, leadership and to secure higher levels of achievement by students.
Brooke Weston City Technology College, in Northamptonshire, is the only other comprehensive school in the top 200 schools for GCSEs.
It was a brilliant experience," said Nathan, a former pupil at Kingshurst's City Technology College.
City Technology College - additional teaching accommodation, specialist educational training facility and caretaker's residence at City Technology College, Cooks Lane, Kingshurst;
3E's Enterprises Ltd, a private subsidiary of the state-run City Technology College in Kingshurst, near Birmingham, is to run another of the new academies, Bexley Business Academy in Bexley, Kent.
A YOUNG pupil from Kingshurst's City Technology College has rubbed shoulders with the biggest names in British sport in a two-year stint as a young ambassador for the 2012 London Olympics.
We at Kingshurst City Technology College are all slightly bemused to be attracting a fair bit of media attention at present following last week's statement by Estelle Morris about the future of A-levels.
Students from St Alban's CE School in Highgate, Arden School in Solihull, South Birmingham College in Hall Green, Four Dwellings High in Quinton, Kings Heath Boys, Wheelers Lane Technology College in Kings Heath, Kingshurst City Technology College and Hunters Hill special school in Bromsgrove spent the day developing their knowledge of employment opportunities within leisure and tourism and gaining a greater understanding of what it takes to succeed.
Another school already adopting the system in Birmingham is the City Technology College, Kingshurst, and further afield, Malvern College has also taken it on.