The funding will be used to continue ATEEC's work to advance environmental and energy technology education through curriculum development, professional development and program improvement in the nation's community colleges and secondary schools.
What does PI stand for?
PI stands for Program Improvement
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We have 126 other meanings of PI in our Acronym Attic
- Production Insurance
- Productivity Increase
- Productivity Index (oil and gas well performance)
- Professional Indemnity (insurance coverage)
- Professional Informant
- Profil Infirmier
- Profitability Index
- Profitabilty Improvement
- Proforma Invoice
- Program Identification
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9781607097969 Building a bridge to success; from program improvement to excellence.
There are two types of grants: Program Improvement Grants and Professional Development Grants.
Director education, teacher salary, a state license, and program size were related to greatest program improvement from pre-initiative to post-initiative.
Although adding endowment income and private fundraising revenues brought the average margin to about positive 2%, AAHSA notes that endowments are usually intended to help facilties with future service needs (such as expanding and improving services); thus, using fundraising dollars to maintain service levels takes scarce private funds away from program improvements and benevolent care.
Reduced revenues already force nursing homes to use fundraising monies to maintain basic operating services, instead of using them for program improvements, according to Minnix.
Recognizing exceptional examples of safety and occupational health program improvements, the 2001 Secretary of the Navy Achievement in Safety Ashore Awards for the aviation community went to: Large Industrial Activity, NAVDEP Jacksonville, Fla.
Other program improvements we support include providing relocation benefits to nonprofit organizations, which are among New York's biggest employers, and eliminating the requirement that a company be in business for a least two years to qualify for REAP incentives.