This year's conference will focus on such important issues as high school innovation and reform, retention initiatives, successful high school to college transition programs, college admissions practices, Hispanic education issues and North Carolina's emerging and high-demand career opportunities.
What does CTP stand for?
CTP stands for College Transition Program (various schools)
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We have 313 other meanings of CTP in our Acronym Attic
- City Traffic Police (Pakistan)
- Civilian Training Program
- Clinical Trials Protocols
- Closed Throttle Position
- Closed Time Path (physics)
- Closest To Pin (golf, disc golf)
- Cloud Top Pressure
- Clouzet Téléphonie Privé (French telecommunications company)
- Coal Tar Pitch (anode/cathode production)
- Coherent Tactical Picture
- Comité Technique Paritaire (French: Joint Technical Committee)
- Command Training Package
- Commissione Tributaria Provinciale (Italian: Provincial Tax Commission)
- Commissioning Test Procedure
- Commitment To Perform
- Common Tactical Picture (GCCS)
- Common Timing Protocol
- Common Transport Protocol
- Communauté de Travail des Pyrénées (French: Working Community of the Pyrenees)
- Communications in Theoretical Physics (journal)
Samples in periodicals archive:
3) Identify the barriers--academic, financial, familial or others--that are preventing students from completing programs; 4) Colleges should investigate whether they are counseling particular students, such as African-Americans, toward consolation credentials--certificates and associates when they aspire to transfer and earn bachelor's degrees; and 5) Colleges must research the impact that innovative programs such as high school to college transition programs have in promoting not just enrollment in postsecondary education, but in increasing completions in higher education among its participants.
In our recent research on this topic, we discovered that many colleges do not keep data on the students who participate in college transition programs.