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eduction

(e-duk'shun) [L. e, out, + ducere, to lead]
Emergence from a particular state or condition (e.g., coming out of the effects of general anesthesia).
See: induction (4)
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In the following aspects however there is exciting work available to be done with teacher education to ensure that informal learning in music classrooms achieves its potential in furthering inclusion and social justice--that it becomes musical liberatory eduction.
There are 46,724 schools, 145,500 teachers, and 4 million students and refocused on PFM in eduction projects.
North Warwickshire and Hinckley College's Higher Eduction Fair, on Thursday evening, will also have information about recent financial incentives to encourage adults into college.
A network of neighbourhood nurseries across Birmingham will enable mothers to return to work or full-time eduction while their children are looked after.
[section] 1623 reads: "An alien who is not lawfully present in the United States shall not be eligible on the basis of residence within a state (or political subdivision) for any postsecondary eduction benefit unless a citizen or national of the United States is eligible for such a benefit (in no less on amount, duration, and scope) without regard to whether the citizen or notional is such a resident." Congress does not have the authority to regulate state benefits, and the Maryland case established this in the area of postsecondary residency/domicile issues.
Encouraging academic and progessional instititions to include in primary and continuing eduction programs for healthcare providers the recognition and management of muld brain injuries.
ISLAMABAD -- Federal Directorate of Eduction (FDE) has once again planned to change the names of federal government model schools, colleges of the Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT).
EDO Eduction Shaukat Sherwani apprised DCO Nadeemur Rehman this during his inspection of the buildings here on Friday.
24 (SUNA) The Minister of Council of Ministers, Ahmed Saad Omer, has apprecieayed the great roles being played by the Turkish Agency for Cooperation and Coordination TIKA, for provding the humanitarian assistance in the eduction, health and housing fields, describing the projects it implement as contributing to formation of the cultural and social ties between Turkey and the other world.
Scholars of deaf studies, education, sign language, and other fields explore the acquisition of knowledge by deaf people from the perspectives of sociology and anthropology, history/psychology and literature, and eduction and philosophy.
Eduction officials have also been told they should not arrange for foreign students to stay with local host families.
A SMALL Heath student who was on the verge of quitting her studies was today praising a city charity who gave her a cash boost to continue her eduction.