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Cram worked for a time for the Latin American Working Group (LAWG), which focused on social justice issues in Latin America.
"We received about 100 applicants in less than three days after we put up a notice before opening the class," an official from the cram school in Gangnam was quoted as saying.
Jarrow-born runner Cram said: "It does not attack the central issue of people cheating in sport and does not achieve anything.
During his assembly to the Cram House he told us that he'd been academic at school and that Geography had been his best lesson.
But Cram, former world 1500m champion turned BBC commentator, reckons the youngster merits individual selection for next month's Europeans.
Cram, 53, is the latest high-profile addition to the programme under head of endurance Barry Fudge.
With the bounce factor from the London Olympics and the prospect of Glasgow hosting the Commonwealth Games in 2014, Cram believes there has never been a better time to get kids into the sport.
Harvesters, a community food bank, had been providing a light cold snack to students in after-school programs at seven elementary schools, but Cram wanted to provide a more substantial meal in more elementary schools.
She is one of only two domestic runners to have achieved the qualifying time for London - and is coached by Cram himself.
The Quick-Check Answer System helps learners find answers to questions while a Cram Sheet includes tips and keys for jogging memory.
Throughout 2012, The Cram Group will be rolling out a series of next generation application hosting, software and services for both on premise and off premise use that are geared toward driving the adoption of a simplified version of the NIST Cloud standard.
Cram was speaking following reports that a senior anti-doping official has called on the authorities to use more flexibility over recreational drugs.