level of development


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But the disparity between those from more disadvantaged backgrounds was the most glaring, with 54% of children eligible for free school meals reaching a good level of development compared with 72% of all other children.
Children achieving a good level of development are those achieving at least the expected level within the areas of learning: communication and language; physical development; and personal, social and emotional development; literacy; and mathematics.
Children achieving a good level of development are those achieving at least the expected level within the following areas of learning: communication and language; physical development; and personal, social and emotional development; literacy; and mathematics.
This procedure is initiated for the award of public procurement: "upgrading the information and communication environment caa through the development of 16 administrative services to reach the fourth level," awarded in the project "improving the quality of the online e-government services by building 16 administrative services to reach the fourth level of development "financed under operational programme" administrative capacity ", co-financed by the european union through the european social fund" in the following activities:
9% of five-year-olds have a good level of development.
9% of five-yearolds are said to have gained a good level of development, which is below the national average of 55.
School counselors need to recognize that spirituality is a line and level of development and that both can be reflected in the guidance program.
We are making allusion to the link between the fluctuation of Arab economic growth and oil prices, the heterogeneous level of development among Arab countries, the fact that the Arab world is rather rich than developed and that many Arabs suffer from poverty or even extreme poverty.