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They say dropout rates are underreported in other urban districts, but it is not as overt.
Out of five urban districts, Chicago had the smallest percentage of eighth-grade students in testing below the basic reading level, 38 percent, Duncan says.
Major organization : MUNICIPAL BUDGET ESTABLISHMENT OF THE URBAN DISTRICT CITY RYBINSK "DEPARTMENT OF CITY ECONOMICS"
January 1917, Porthcawl Urban District Council heartily congratulated Lieutenant Tamblyn and Corporal Nicholls who had both been awarded for conspicuous bravery while on active duty.
In 2009, the following districts achieved maximum performance levels: Vladivostok urban district (0,63), ZATO Bolshoi Kamen urban district (0,61); the following municipal districts showed maximum performance: Kavalerovsky (0,66), Tchernigovsky (0,61) and Spassky (0,58) [6].
June 1968: Clr Arthur Manby from Kirkburton Urban District Council said lorries were making Flockton a "village of terror.
A little while later, the Urban District Council was in conflict with the Coal Board.
When Wansbeck District Council was formed in 1974 through the merger of the urban districts of Ashington, Bedlington and Newbiggin by the Sea, Mr Roach was one of its founder members.
NUNEATON and Bedworth mayor Ian Lloyd will don the rarely-used chains of office of the old Bedworth Urban District Council for a special anniversary in his home town tomorrow.
The Pocatello/Chubbuck School District 25 is a grade K through 12 urban district with 23 schools serving nearly 12,000 students in southeastern Idaho.
The 2013 Trial Urban District Assessment (TUDA) reports the achievement of fourth-and eighth-grade public school students in 21 urban districts on the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP).

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