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AEF Schools observes how alternative education could help provide students the abilities necessary to enter today's workforce.
17), a term she uses to depict alternative education with students often considered the worst of the worst.
She describes the work of alternative education so far, the successful movement toward school choice for parents, the perception of students' and families' "ownership" of an alternative school, the hope held out by charter schools and magnet schools, the options of home schooling and private schools, the implied threats imposed by vouchers, and the wave of the future, distance learning, and its potentials.
A juvenile who had been detained at a county jail on a murder charge brought a [section] 1983 action alleging violation of a state law governing pretrial detention of juveniles, and violation of due process when he was expelled from an alternative education program.
In the end, the decision to buy or sell Ikkisei will be his investment committee's, but since the school fills a pressing need for alternative education in today's pressure-cooker society, Fujii thinks that the committee and the investors it represents will desire the organization become a larger piece of the KCS business.
Pupils excluded from schools in Sunderland are to be given improved access to alternative education.
com, Book, $45 This handbook provides educators with the history, purpose and impact of alternative education in the U.
Byline: Daily News SANTA CLARITA - The Bowman High School principal will head a committee that explores, promotes and supports alternative education in the state, officials announced Tuesday.