Rosemont Elementary/Middle School in the Baltimore City Public School System was on the state's "take-over" list in 1998 when Coppin State University took over the school's management and administrative supervision.
What does PSS stand for?
PSS stands for Public School System
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We have 644 other meanings of PSS in our Acronym Attic
- Protruding Single Strand (genetics)
- Proven Software Solutions (UK)
- Provena Senior Services (Illinois)
- Provider Satisfaction Survey (healthcare)
- Pseudo Steady State
- Pseudo-Search Scan
- Pseudotolithus Senegalensis (aka Cassava Croaker; fisheries)
- Psyber Stream Server (software)
- Psychosocial Support Service (various locations)
- Public Safety Service
- Public Sector Superannuation (Australia)
- Public Security System (various locations)
- Pulsed Spallation Source
- Pumped Storage Scheme (India)
- Pure Sensory Stroke (medical)
- Perimeter Surveillance System-Closed Circuit Television
- Perceived Social Support from Family
- Performance Status Scale for Head and Neck Cancer
- Precision Strike Suite for Special Operations Forces
- Particle Size-Selective-Threshold Limit Value
Samples in periodicals archive:
In his article, Doug McManaman seems to be lamenting the fact that within the public school system there is a genuine problem of teaching proper character development-and that seems to be so.
Dismantle the public school system and let the market take over education for good.
As Humanists we are understandably concerned with the quality of education provided to the young people in our society, and so we support the public school system and are very interested in improving the quality of the schools in every district--especially in areas that are economically disadvantaged.
Instead, would-be reformers continue to give generously to a public school system they routinely condemn as inefficient, dysfunctional, and hopelessly obsolete.
They want an arm of the government--the public school system in this case--to assist them in recruiting youngsters for fundamentalist Christian revival meetings.
In contrast, the NYC public school system considers the Jewish Menorah, the Star of David, and the Islamic star-and-crescent flag to be "historical," and encourages their display during the religious holidays of Hanukkah and Ramadan.