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There are still 10 main categories - including GCSE Achievement, Technology Achievement and Art Achievement - but now we have added a Special Achievement Award category.
It's critical that federal and state policymakers stay the course and not be swayed by what are often politically motivated attacks on a law that's starting to spark real changes in the lives of kids," Kati Haycock, director of the Education Trust, declared in a joint statement with the National Alliance of Black School Educators when states released their 2003-2004 student achievement results.
Not only is there an achievement gap between groups of students in Los Angeles, there's a dramatic achievement gap holding back the LAUSD from the rest of the state.
The measure of students' academic achievement was determined by test scores and school grades.
Best Achievement in Parental Enabling--Monica's mom and dad for, "Sure, here's your check for another Presidential fundraiser.
This study examined the relationships among achievement (in school), socioeconomic status (SES), and seven dimensions of self-concept (self-esteem) in fourth-graders.
Their aim is celebrate the hard work and determination of people aged 14 to 25, whether academic achievement or overcoming adversity.
The relationship between attitude and achievement has been established (Ma, 1997) but is, nevertheless, complex.
com), was chosen as Entrepreneurial Leader of the Year at last night's 3rd Annual Industry Achievement Awards Gala.
Persistent efforts have been made by educators to discover the kinds of distal and proximal variables associated with student achievement and satisfaction.
SWE empowers women to succeed and advance in those aspirations and receive the recognition and credit for their life-changing contributions and achievements as engineers and leaders.
Collectively, these programs recognize the substantive achievements of a variety of individuals and organizations, from promising students to high-achieving corporate, government, and military teams, and individuals who have demonstrated a lifetime of leadership in the geospatial intelligence field.

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