During 2002-2003 Robert Farrell partnered with the Oregon Department of Education and other school districts to pilot methods for assessing the Career Related Learning Standards (CRLS) and Extended Application (EA).
What does CRLS stand for?
CRLS stands for Career Related Learning Standard (Oregon)
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We have 7 other meanings of CRLS in our Acronym Attic
- Composite Reinforced Line Pipe (gas transmission industry)
- California Revised Limited Partnership Act
- Calcitonin Receptor-Like Receptor
- Center for Reading and Language Research (Tufts University; Medford, MA)
- Cercle des Rationalistes de Lyon et de Sa Région (French: Circle of Rationalists of Lyon and its Region)
- Clustering-Robust Linear Regression (mathematics)
- Comité Régional Languedoc Roussillon (French sports committee)
- Commission on Restitution of Land Rights (South Africa)
- Centre for Research and Learning in Regional Australia (University of Tasmania)
- Cambridge Rindge and Latin School (high school, Cambridge, Massachusettes)
- Certified Renal Lithotripsy Specialist
- Civil Rights Law Society (Columbia University)
- Coastguard Radio Liaison Station
- Colorado Rural Legal Services, Inc.
- Center for Research on Learning and Teaching (University of Michigan)
- Center for Research on Learning and Technology (Indiana University)
- Combined Research and Language Training (American Councils Research Fellowships)
- Community Recreation and Leadership Training (Dawson College; Canada)
- Chicago Residential Landlord and Tenant Ordinance (Illinois)
- Cedar Rapids Linux Users Group (Iowa)
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However, that little federalism problem has not stopped from becoming law the Education Act for the 21st Century, CIM/CAM, the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (also known as No Child Left Behind), Career Related Learning Standards, and the recent increase in math and English requirements.