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ACHIEVE

Accupril Congestive Heart Failure Investigation & Economic Variable Evaluation. A trial designed to assess the effects of high and low doses of quinapril, an ACE inhibitor, on mortality in patients with heart failure; the intent was to enroll 10,500 patients.
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Cromley (2009) showed countries with lower reading achievement scores had weaker relationships between English language arts achievement and science achievement than did countries with higher reading achievement.
Ms Parata said she was also pleased to see the final results showing that despite the disruption of the Kaikoura earthquake last November, achievement results have stayed in line with national trends and past patterns of achievement.
In addition to comparing the raw gap in educational achievement between children from single- and two-parent families, I present results that adjust for other background differences, including the number of books at home, parental education, and immigrant and language background.
Achievement motivation is one of the many important factors which determine academic proficiency of students.
The entertainer took home the Career Achievement Award -- one of the biggest awards of the night -- acknowledging her work on television.
In the second phase, when the variances of the [u.sub.0i] and [u.sub.ti] were found to be significant, students' educational expectations and achievement attributions served as predictors for explaining the variances.
co.uk THE categories you can nominate a young person for are: GCSE Achievement, A-level Achievement, NVQ Achievement, Apprenticeship Achievement, Undergraduate Achievement, Sports Achievement, Arts Achievement, Technology Achievement, Business and Enterprise Achievement, Community Achievement and Special Achievement.
Junior Achievement's sequential and integrated kindergarten though 12th grade programs give kids the necessary skills to be successful.
Despite the importance of these factors associated with academic achievement, relatively little remains unknown about how other factors, such as students' motivational beliefs and selfregulation of learning, are related to academic success once parental involvement is controlled.
"We have always supported closing achievement gaps and enhancing student achievement and the environment for teaching and learning," says NEA President Reg Weaver.
A Search Of African American Life, Achievement And Culture is a reference compilation of over 400 black-and-white photographs and 1800 facts about the amazing struggles and accomplishments of African Americans over the past 500 years.
They might also indicate achievement with a grade equivalent.