The findings of this project aim to support the European Commission, Member States, social partners and other stakeholders in their effort to implement EU policies to reduce early school leaving and to achieve the EU target by 2020.
What does ESL stand for?
ESL stands for Early School Leaving
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We have 258 other meanings of ESL in our Acronym Attic
- Étoile Sportive Kerfeunteun (French sports club)
- European School Karlsruhe (German school; Karlsruhe, Germany; est. 1962)
- English Shotokan Karate Association
- European Shotokan Karate Association (est. 1986)
- Eerste Steenwijker Kunst-Aardewerk Fabriek (Dutch: First Steenwijkerland Art Pottery Factory; history publication title)
- Economische Stimulering Knooppunt Arnhem Nijmegen (Dutch economic development website; Arnhem-Nijmegen, The Netherlands)
- End Stage Kidney Disease
- Enhanced Station-Keeping Equipment
- Electricity Supply Commission
- European Shotokan Karate Union
- Earned Sick Leave (employment-human resources)
- East Side LAN (Phoenix/Mesa/Chandler Arizona LAN Organization)
- East Slavic (linguistics)
- Eastern Shores Library (Wisconsin)
- Eastman Savings and Loan (Bank in Rochester, NY)
- École de Surf du Léon (French surfing school)
- Ecological Screening Level
- Ecological Studies on the Lepidoptera
- Economic Service Life
- Eighteenth Street Lounge (record label)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The specific link between early school leaving among Indigenous young people and low NAPLAN reading scores, to my knowledge, has not been statistically demonstrated, but the association of generally low academic achievement with early school leaving among Indigenous and other students has long been known (Curtis and McMillan 2008; Gray and Hackling 2009; Lamb 1996; McMillan and Marks 2003).
But early school leaving continues to be a problem that affects one in seven young people in the European Union and one in five pupils still have poor reading skills at the age of 15.
This traditional Traveller value stelsel clashes with the Gauje (sedentarist) formal education setting, with academic attainment seen as irrelevant to the Traveller world and contributing to poor literacy and early school leaving during childhood years (Kiddie, 2000; Reynolds et al.
KHDA representatives presented data, reports and findings into the causes and effects of early school leaving among a significant proportion of Emiratis.
The figures indicate the equivalent of one secondary schoolgirl a day is a victim of rape, which is causing early school leaving in the vast majority of these cases.
But there are also the well-known negative consequences: an attitude to the value of VET compared to general education which is ambiguous at best, as well as unimpressive rates of early school leaving.
As an example, Ireland achieved a reduction in early school leaving from 31% to 15% via targeted initiatives in just a few years.