Department of Education and The Pew Charitable Trusts, the nonprofit Center for Civic Education recently developed a set of standards for what students should know and be able to do in the field of civics and government at the end of grades 4, 8 and 12.
What does CCE stand for?
CCE stands for Center for Civic Education
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We have 350 other meanings of CCE in our Acronym Attic
- Caribbean Council for Europe
- Carlile Complet Eventing (equestrian services; France)
- Carsharing Co-Op of Edmonton
- Casa de La Cultura Ecuatoriana (Ecuadorian House of Culture)
- Casa de la Cultura Española (Portugese)
- Casas Communications Engineering
- Cellulose Converting Equipments
- Centennial Contractors Enterprises
- Center for Career Education
- Center for Chihuahua Exploitation :-)
- Center for Civic Engagement (various locations)
- Center for Clinical Effectiveness (Loyola University Health System)
- Center for Collaborative Education
- Center for Community Engagement (Univ. of Cincinnati)
- Center for Computational Electromagnetics
- Center for Construction and Environment
- Center for Continuing Education
- Center for Continuous Education
- Center for Corporate Education
- Center for Creative Expression (Riddle Institute)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Zafarullah Khan, Executive Director, Center for Civic Education, Islamabad highlighted governance gaps in development programmes in Pakistan.
She also has been appointed to the California State Bar Board of Governors and State Bar Foundation, and the Center for Civic Education.
The nonprofit association, with a small staff, receives funding from The Florida Bar Foundation, the Center for Civic Education, the Hearst Foundation, and a host of private foundations and government entities.
developed and administered by the Center for Civic Education in California.
Project Citizen is an interactive civic education program created by the Los Angeles-based Center for Civic Education that promotes competent and responsible citizenship.
Project Citizen (in partnership with the Center for Civic Education and the Florida Law Related Education Association).
References Curriculum Advice; Center for Civic Education (1994), Calabasas, California: National Standards for Civics and Government.