com) will conduct a sweeping public relations campaign to educate America that there is a revolutionary new way to vacuum, thanks to sonic technology used for the first time with unparalleled cleaning effectiveness.
What does EA stand for?
EA stands for Educate America
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The initiative of Job Creators Alliance to educate America on the importance of free market and regulation control is something I truly believe in.
He also describes the influence of the state, business, and reading science during the last two decades, including the promises, policies, and practices of Educate America and No Child Left Behind and details the negative consequences of focusing on reading as human capital.
``We want to educate America about these disorders, and hopefully we can leave something behind,'' says Koplewicz.
We also have targeted Title I educational funds to the neediest schools so that all of our schools will have the resources to meet the standards set in the Goals 2000: Educate America Act.
She points out that the only education reform bill under consideration in Congress--the Goals 2000: Educate America Act (passed by the House in October, 1993, and pending in the Senate)--contains no provision for school choice, which would give parents vouchers redeemable at the school of their choice, whether public, private, or parochial.
Concluding Comments and Recommendations President Clinton has proposed, through the passage of the Goals 2000 Educate America Act, that significant education standards be met by every child before he/she becomes an adult.
The Education 2000: Educate America legislation, signed by President Clinton on March 31, originally didn't include the arts among the six academic "core areas" like math, reading, science and history.