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Nominations are being welcomed for achievers in arts, business, construction, technology and retail.
TOP CLASS Lifetime Achiever award-winner Delia Sykes, of Morpeth's King Edward VI School, at the CoLaS Awards last night, with compere Gabby Logan, left, and Lesley Calder, of sponsor One NorthEast.
Started in September 2004 by Pandu Hailonga and Lejeune Lockett, the Young Achievers will this year be celebrating a vibrant four years in Namibia.
Other grant money is available to align mathematics and science curricula with state and local standards (The Achiever, 2003a).
The city council is committed to raising levels of achievement in the city and we believe the Young Achiever Awards can play a part in this.
Achievers reported a sense of mastery of everyday challenges.
The achievers are in turn grouped into three categories: The Creators who power a new technology; the Capitalizers who energetically mar who make the new technologies work consistently and profitably.
Making an effort to use these six skills will move you closer to becoming a full achiever and instill the same incentives in your staff.
Pain and despair may be part of life but as our young achievers show, so are hope and prosperity.
Arts Achiever ( Mawers Talbot Print and Marchday Holdings Ltd
Table 1 Means, Standard Deviations, and t-tests on the Inventory of Learning Style Scales for High and Low Achievers (df = 2/59) Inventory of Achiever N M SD t-test Learning Group Style Scale Deep High 38 12.
Specifically, we sought to determine whether high achievers really differed from low achievers on these five factors, and to ascertain which of the five factors were the best predictors of students' status as either a high achiever or a low achiever.

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