EFFECTIVE AND PROMISING SUMMER LEARNING PROGRAMS AND APPROACHES FOR ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED CHILDREN AND YOUTH.
What does EC stand for?
EC stands for Economically Disadvantaged
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- East Commons (Everquest)
- Eastern Caribbean Dollar (used by member Caribbean nations)
- Eastern Conference (hockey)
- Eccentric Cam
- Echo Canceler
- Echo Control
- Eckerd College (St. Petersburg, Florida)
- Eclipse Console
- Econoline Crush (band)
- Economic Capital
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6 million Student/teacher ratio: About 21/1 Enrollment: 495 students 22 percent special-education students 15 percent English Language Learners 67 percent economically disadvantaged students 53 percent proficient in math 55 percent proficient in reading Next open house: Sometime in January or February 2011 MONTE DEL SOL CHARTER SCHOOL Founded in 2000 Focus: Arts, ecological sustainability, mentorship program, global perspective Budget: Approximately $3.
For the last eight years, these doctors have been belting out old Hindi and Marathi hits and generating over Rs 50 lakh for treating economically disadvantaged patients suffering from burns, cleft lips, cancer and neurological disorders.
ISEF is dedicated to helping secure Israel's future by educating gifted youth from economically disadvantaged backgrounds.
Department of Education (1993) addressed the "quiet crisis" in education experienced by gifted students due to a lack of appropriate curriculum and opportunities, particularly for economically disadvantaged students.
These findings are from the first phase of a 5-year longitudinal interpretive study that seeks an understanding of how students enrolled in academically low-achieving schools located in economically disadvantaged areas socially construct their academic and career aspirations.
The program, started in 2002, awards economically disadvantaged single parents with funds for tuition, rent, child care, and other living expenses for four years.
About 70 percent of Los Angeles Unified's 750,000 students are economically disadvantaged and more than 40 percent are learning to speak English as a second language.