of Education School Counselor Corps grant awarded to the SLV Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES).
What does CES stand for?
CES stands for Cooperative Educational Services
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We have 561 other meanings of CES in our Acronym Attic
- Consumer Electronics Society (IEEE)
- Container Examination Station (trade)
- Continuing Education Scholarship
- Continuing Education Standards (various organizations)
- Continuing Education System
- Continuous Engineering Support (UK Ministry of Defence)
- Contivity Extranet Switch
- Contrat Emploi-Solidarité (French employment contract)
- Control Earth Station
- Control Electronics System (NASA)
- Cooperative Extension Service
- Core Enterprise Service
- Corpus Encoding Standard
- Correspondence Expert System
- Cost Effective Sampling (ground water data)
- Cost Element Structure
- Cost Estimating Sheet(s)
- Cottondale Elementary School (Cottondale, AL)
- Coude Echelle Spectrometer (ESO)
- Counselor Education and Supervision
Samples in periodicals archive:
300-School Network In New York, 37 Boards of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES) fulfill this function, each covering one county or more depending on population density.
Sheridan-Thomas is assistant superintendent for Curriculum, Assessment, and Instruction for the Tompkins- Seneca-Tioga (New York) Board of Cooperative Educational Services.
Grants have been received from the Natrona County School District, $11,000; the Wyoming Cultural Trust, $10,000; the Natrona County Board of Cooperative Educational Services, $8,200;, the Casper Area Convention and Visitors' Bureau, $7,022; Wyoming Community Foundation's Schneider Fund, $5,000; the Rocky Mountain Power Foundation, $4,000; and the Wyoming Arts Council, $3,500.
22) A Teaching American History grant awarded to the Dutchess County Board of Cooperative Educational Services (NY) will be used for week-long summer seminars for teachers.
Gene Silverman was named executive director of career and technical education at the Board of Cooperative Educational Services of Nassau County in New York and assumed the post on July 1, 2003.
After study at the June Claire School of Dance in Patchogue and at the Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES) Cultural Arts Center in Syosset, an arts magnet high school, he had no doubt that dance was his life's work.