During Thursday's hearing, lawmakers on the committee suggested they might fight for more education funding, including money for measures like early college high school programs and the Student Success Initiative, which provides remedial help for students who fall behind.
What does ECHSP stand for?
ECHSP stands for Early College High School Program
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- Elliott County High School (Kentucky)
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- European Conference on Hypermedia Technology
- European Conference on HyperText
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- European Collaboration for Health Technology Assessment
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Brett Kustigian, a former science teacher and Douglas High School principal, was appointed superintendent in 2009 and began reshaping the district with an Early College High School program at the high school, a STEM Innovation program at the middle school, and science, technology, engineering, art and math initiatives at the West Brookfield and Warren elementary schools.
Program funding for the Arkansas Early College High School program comes mostly from a $720,000 grant from the state.