He has directed policy analyses of elementary, secondary, postsecondary, and adult education issues, including such diverse topics as the effects of compensatory education programs and school vouchers on student achievement, the impact of high school achievement on college enrollment of black and white youth, and differences in learning trajectories of children as they progress through elementary school.
What does CED stand for?
CED stands for Compensatory Education
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We have 218 other meanings of CED in our Acronym Attic
- Communications Engineering Department (various schools)
- Communications Engineering Division (AMSEC)
- Communications, Engineering and Design (magazine)
- Communications-Electronics Doctrine
- Community Economic Development
- Community Education Development (various locations)
- Community Education Division (various locations)
- Community Enterprise Doncaster (UK)
- Community Experience Development (Metaphor Studio, LLC)
- Community, Environment and Development (various schools)
- Competitive Edge Dynamics Ltd.
- Complexo Esportivo de Deodoro (Brazilian sports complex)
- Compliance and Enforcement Division (various organizations)
- Components Engineering Department (NASA)
- Compte Épargne Direct (French: Direct Savings Account; finance)
- Comptoir Européen Distribution (French: European Counter Distribution; Louviers, France)
- Compulsory Evacuation Device (Yu-Gi-Oh card)
- Computer Education and Design
- Computing with Encrypted Data
- Comunidade Europeia de Defesa (Portuguese: European Defense Community)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Too many demands are already being placed on schools to improve student achievement, without sufficient resources to hire qualified teachers, expand compensatory education programs, upgrade technology, implement parent involvement, and repair facilities," the PTA states.
Passow states, "Often there is a lack of clarity about the purpose of compensatory education services, with divergent perceptions found among the Chapter I support staff, the core classroom teachers, and administrators" (p.
She has been English department chairman, compensatory education director and adviser for the school's Associated Student Body.
By wide margins senators agreed to $181 billion in special-education funding over ten years; they also agreed to boost authorized spending on compensatory education by $132 billion over the same period.
Title One Reading The Title One Reading program began in 1965 when Congress passed the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), a compensatory education program designed to provide extra help to students having difficulty in reading and/or math.
Weinstein urges teachers and schools of education to pay more attention to research that shows that compensatory education (alternative methods of learning) can have a significant difference in a student's life.
The interventions may be offered to all students in a school, to those in specified grades, to those identified as "at risk," and/or to those in need of compensatory education.