New Hampshire joins an increasing numbers of states, educators, policymakers and employers looking for a high school proficiency exam that includes elements that are critical to providing out-of-school youth and adults with proof of their readiness for higher education or the workplace.
What does OSY stand for?
OSY stands for Out-of-School Youth (various locations)
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We have 2 other meanings of OSY in our Acronym Attic
- Oat Spelt Xylan
- Oil Service Index
- Operating System Extension (software)
- Opitz Syndrome, X-Linked
- Optical Signal Crossconnect (telecommunications)
- Oat Spelts Xylan Phosphate
- Oat Spelts Xylan Sulfate
- Optimum Sustainable Yield (fisheries)
- Oshima Shipyard (Oshima Shipbuilding Co., Ltd.; Japan)
- Ounces Per Square Yard (fabric weight)
- Out-of-School Youth Program (Department of Youth & Community Development; New York, NY)
- Ocean Springs Yacht Club (Ocean Springs, MS)
- Open Source Yacht Design
- Ogrenci Secme ve Yerlestirme Merkezi (Turkish)
- Öðrenci Seçme Yerleþtirme Merkezi (Turkish: Student Selection and Placement Center)
- Ocean State Youth Orchestra (Rhode Island)
- Open System for Road Information Support
- Ohio South Youth Soccer Association
- Open Source Yoga Unity (Sacramento, CA)
- Odborove Sdruzeni Zeleznicaru (Czech: Railway Workers Union; Prague, Czech Republic)
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The project named Namibia Knowledge Portal Project will also support out-of-school youth and rural communities at large in creating and disseminating knowledge through web portals and mobile applications.
The agency will give particular focus on young Filipinos whose economic constraints limit their chances for joining the employment pool, including out-of-school youth, Budget and Management Secretary Florencio B.
Training covering basic life skills, leadership development and career preparation as well as employment placement programs will benefit both in-school and out-of-school youth.
In addition, Wagner, Newman, Cameto, Garza, and Levine (2005), using data from the National Longitudinal Transition Study 2 (NLTS2, 2003a), found that the lack of social skills among out-of-school youths was one of the most problematic areas across all disability groups.
The eighth chapter is an account of substance abuse among students and out-of-school youth in an urban area of Nigeria written by the first editor.
The program started with 20 out-of-school youth between the ages of 16 and 29 years.
The bill also will create Youth Engagement Zones, or service learning programs to help high school students and out-of-school youth address issues facing low-income communities, such as homelessness, blight and lack of opportunity.