Completing more years of education confers health benefits after leaving school, such as better health insurance, access to medical care, and the resources to live a healthier lifestyle and to reside in healthier homes and neighborhoods," the brief stated.
What does YED stand for?
YED stands for Years of Education
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We have 5 other meanings of YED in our Acronym Attic
- Young European Crohn's and Colitis Organisation
- Yearbook of the European Convention on Human Rights
- Yukon Electrical Company Limited (Whitehorse, Yukon Territory, Canada)
- Year End Close Out
- Yemen Company (publicly traded)
- Young Earth Creation Science
- Yukon Entrepreneurship Centre Society (Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada)
- Youth Emergency Crisis Stabilization System (Winnipeg, Canada)
- Young Entrepreneurs Council of Ukraine
- Income Elasticity of Demand (economics)
- Yeast Extract Dialysate (microbiology)
- Yeast-Extract Dextrose
- Yellow Eyed Demon (from the TV show Supernatural)
- Yeovil Electronic Developments (UK)
- Yei Education and Development Agency (Sudan)
- Young Electronic Designer Awards (UK)
- Yorkville Economic Development Corporation (est. 2000; Yorkville, IL)
- Youth Employment Development Centre (Canada)
- Youth Empowerment for Development Ministries
- Yunus Emre Devlet Hastanesi (Turkish)
Samples in periodicals archive:
64 fewer years of education than respondents who were not parents.
A follow-up study of the highly respected Abecedarian Project in North Carolina found that participants, at age 21, compared to a control group, completed more years of education, scored higher in reading and math through high school and beyond, and were twice as likely to attend college.
So for now, lucky number 13 is where it's at, and where all those years of education will finally come together.
6 more years of education and earned bachelor's degrees at three times the rate of Hispanics in English monolingual households (15.
HUNDREDS of pupils from schools across Warwickshire have been celebrating 100 years of education in the county.
Even though most Americans have completed at least twelve years of education, our candidates for president know that they cannot use big or unusual words when they address the voting public.
Iowans in 1915 were apparently ahead of their time in educational attainment--they had the same average years of education (among 25-to-59-year olds) that the Nation had in 1940.