academic progress

Academic Progress

A generic term for the constellation of school advancements of a child under age 18.

academic progress

Social medicine The constellation of school achievements of children < age 18
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The Deputy Directors visited the classes and enquired from student about their academic progress.
EDUCATION Secretary Nicky Morgan is launching a review of tests for sevenyear-olds, insisting they must provide a "firm basis" for measuring pupils' academic progress.
NEIU is seeking a comprehensive web-based, online Early Alert/Early Warning student software application System that enables faculty and staff the ability to easily identify students exhibiting at-risk behaviors which would impede the student%s academic progress and enable the university to develop & deliver appropriate intervention processes as required to assist the student(s) as necessary.
Mubarak at the IISJ Boys Section on Saturday morning, will focus on common issues and challenges and conduct a thorough analysis of the academic progress (at the schools)," Masood Ahmed told Arab News on Wednesday.
The release of the teams honored for success by the NCAA is a prelude to its complete report on academic progress, due to be released May 6.
Monitor students" academic progress through various measures during the school year for a full picture of students' learning.
Overall, assessments on the general academic progress of all pupils showed they were meeting or exceeding targets set for them while the standard of teaching had made slight improvements.
While the frontline staff guides students through the transitional process, the transfer counselors guide students through their academic progress.
If a program improvement school makes adequate academic progress, it does not advance to the next level of federal requirements.
When the HOSTS Learning implementation is complete, we believe that all of our students, not just our struggling seniors, will experience continuous academic progress.
In Wednesday's release by the NCAA of the Academic Progress Rate figures through the 2005-06 school year, the UO football program raised its three-year average score to 912, on a scale in which 1,000 is a perfect score and in which 925 - considered the equivalent of a graduation rate of 60 percent - will be the minimal requirement next year.
When it comes to grades and academic progress, I've had my kids get reports at the low C level, and I've talked with my kids and met with the teachers, and I try to help the teachers understand that I'm here as a parent now and not as the superintendent of schools.
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