Again, measured in constant dollars, average per-pupil expenditures in Oregon - including federal, state and local funds, - increased 71.
What does APPE stand for?
APPE stands for Average Per-Pupil Expenditure (education statistic)
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We have 13 other meanings of APPE in our Acronym Attic
- Atmospheric Pressure Plasma Deposition
- Australian Plant Pest Database
- Alberta Pork Producers Development Corporation (Canada)
- American Professional Pet Distributors, Inc. (St. Paul, Canada)
- Application Distinguished Name (Citrix)
- Additional Program of Professional Education
- Adobe PDF (Portable Document Format) Print Engine
- Assessoria Para Projetos Especiais (Portuguese: Advice for Special Projects; consulting firm; Brazil)
- Association for Practical and Professional Ethics
- Associazione Provinciale Pubblici Esercizi (Italian: Provincial Association of Public Concerns)
- Australian Petroleum Production and Exploration Association (petroleum/gas industry body of producers, explorers, & service providers)
- Asia-Pacific Programme of Education for All
- Asian Pacific Partners for Empowerment and Leadership
- Application Equipment Configuration Database (AT&T)
- Adaptive Pattern Perceiving Electronic Computer System
- Asia Pacific Power and Energy Engineering Conference
- A P3P Preference Exchange Language
- Academy of Program/Project & Engineering Leadership (US NASA)
- Acoustic Performance Prediction and Element Localization
- Association of Private Providers of English Language (New Zealand)
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Congress needs to appropriate an amount equal to 40 percent of the national average per-pupil expenditure (in public elementary and secondary schools) to help states offset the excess costs of providing special education to eligible students with disabilities.
AASL president Sara Kelly Johns says that in today's information age school libraries aim to function as facilities offering centralized learning resources and instilling in students a love of reading, but half of the respondents to the 2007 AASL survey of more than 4,000 schools reported annual average per-pupil expenditures of only $10.