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educator

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A person who demonstrates, instructs, leads, or teaches clients, families, patients, or students.
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In this payment-by-results model, Children's Investment Fund Foundation (CIFF) as an outcome payer (the underwriter) promised to pay back UBS Optimus Foundation (UBSOF - the investor) the original investment plus extra returns as long as the agreed targets are delivered by Educate Girls.
"We are very humbled and excited by this important milestone," said Educate a Girl President Tara Uzra Dawood.
Daily News Egypt met with the PR manager of Educate Me, Aya Yasser, to discuss what changes the organisation is seeking to implement in its schools in order to shake the foundations of education in Egypt--exemplified through classroom curriculum.
Every year, Eagles Educate holds an event called the "Real Deal." This event provides an opportunity for graduating students to interact with new teachers.
Morteson's solution is simple and effective: Educate the girls.
* Educate internal audiences about this novel product and provide them with the information and tools to fully support it in the marketplace.
* Educate all your employees about the new service on an ongoing basis.
A dense network of kinfolk and neighbors, including wet nurses, could be tapped to feed, parent, mentor, shelter, educate, or otherwise provide for an orphaned child, or a child whose parents were absent or incapacitated.
Orange County Mayor Rich Crotty proclaimed May 1 as "Law Day" and recognized Orange/ Osceola Public Defender Bob Wesley and the Orange County Bar Association's efforts to educate Orange County citizens on the legal system.
The PME system is designed to educate and prepare officers to operate in a joint (multiservice) environment and equip them with the ability to generate quality tactical, operational, and strategic thought.