Over 500 applications were received from students who are pursuing post-secondary education.
What does PSE stand for?
PSE stands for Post-Secondary Education
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After the post-secondary education was cancelled, the professors for few deadline to form the higher education aiming to realize the transformation of working posts," the Ministry of Education said.
Balfour Foundation has awarded the $100,000 grant to support the "College Now for Students Without a High School Credential" program, which was designed to increase the number of nontraditional students who enter post-secondary education and complete a certificate or degree after earning their GED credential.
This new funding comes from the $65 million Aboriginal post-secondary education strategy that was announced last year by Premier Gordon Campbell.
Statewide, California's 109 colleges sent 12,580 students to the UC system, and 48,317 to the CSUs in 2003-04, the most recent statistics available from the California Post-Secondary Education Commission.
Ottawa -- learn$ave is a demonstration project designed to help those with low income build their savings to finance post-secondary education, skills development, associated supports to learning and creating small business.
That monitoring will continue for two years after the students have completed high school to determine how many participants enroll at post-secondary education in that time.
According to Statistics Canada more than 2,734,500 jobs were posted in 2001 and 2,316,700 were filled, leaving 417,800 eliminated because applicants were without a post-secondary education.