The ceremony followed a National Education Summit hosted by the Department, bringing Administration officials together with education experts and Hispanic community leaders on many issues, ranging from early childhood learning to higher education.
What does NES stand for?
NES stands for National Education Summit
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- North East Regional Waste Initiative (UK)
- North East River Yacht Club (North East, MD)
- Negligible Explosion Risk Zone
- NACUBO (National Association of College and University Business Officers) Endowment Study
- Nanoparticle-Enhanced Spectroscopy
- NASA Explorer School
- Nascom Event Schedule
- Nashville Electric Service
- National Eczema Society (London, UK)
- National Education Strategy (various locations)
- National Educational Seminar
- National Educational Service
- National Election Studies
- National Employment Standards (Australia)
- National Encryption System
- National Energy Strategy
- National English School (Amman, Jordan)
- National Enterprise Systems
- National Enuresis Society
- National Environmental Significance (Australia)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Five years ago, the National Governors Association and the nonprofit education reform organization Achieve co-sponsored a National Education Summit to help bring about change, and Achieve has now launched its fifth annual report on states' progress.
The concept of charter schools was dismissed at the last national education summit an October 9-10, 2001, in New York.
By consensus, participants at the 1996 National Education Summit asserted that schools required high standards for guiding instruction.
Bush when he convened the state governors at the first National Education Summit in 1989.
Alexander told delegates about America 2000, a program which grew out of the national education summit held by President Bush and governors in Charlottesville, Va.