place of education

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Electronic auction: provision of services to ensure the transport of students to the place of education in municipal general education organizations in the moscow region, located in rural settlements in 2018
We are especially saddened this happened in place of education done by young people who were his fellow students,' he said.
Ballantine and Spade present the 5th edition of their anthology collecting new and classic writing about the place of education in society.
The iconic structure serves as a place of education for tourists and residents alike and also an example of contemporary Islamic architecture - we are honored to have been chosen to open our latest branch at the venue," said Michael Chick, genera manager, Liwa Minor Food and Beverages LLC.
They raised money for the charity Mary's Meals which aims to provide a daily meal in a place of education to chronically impoverished children.
ANDREW Stephenson responds to Percy Potts that "prison is not a place of education, correction, or punishment.
It sets clear standards that children and young people can expect when traveling to and from their place of education.
The Scots Hollywood star was in the impoverished African state to support the work of Mary's Meals, who aim to reach every child with a nutritious daily meal in their place of education.
RSPB Conwy is not only a nature reserve but a place of education, and in the last year approx.
Our school really brings the community together, it is not only a place of education but a leisure centre that provides a range of facilities for all ages.
Continuing the effort since 2005 of interrogating the effects and implications of globalization in and on education, the 2009 volume focuses on the construction of childhood and the place of education in global-local policies and practices.
Most of those young people live locally to their place of education, have formed bonds with friends and staff and to ruin that kind of trust is ludicrous.