Offer supplemental educational services bundle 4-11 years,
What does SES stand for?
SES stands for Supplemental Educational Services
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- Military and Government
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We have 516 other meanings of SES in our Acronym Attic
- Student Employment Service (various schools)
- Studies and Expansion Society
- Subsecretaria de Educacion Superior (Spanish)
- Sudden Enhancement of Signal
- Suez Energy Services
- Suffield Experimental Station (Canada)
- Summit Electric Supply, Inc (wholesale distributor)
- Sun Ecartometry Sensor
- Sundargarh Engineering School
- Sunnyside Environmental School (Portland, OR)
- Supplementary Education Schools
- Support Electronics Section
- Support Electronics Subsystem
- Support Enforcement Service (various states)
- Supported Employment Services (various organizations)
- Surface Effect Ship
- Suspended Execution of Sentence (Missouri)
- Sustainable Energy Standard
- Sustainable Energy Systems
- Switched Ethernet Service (Verizon)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Tutors with Computers is a Supplemental Educational Services provider that focuses on teaching the basic sub-skills of reading and math.
Under No Child Left Behind, districts must spend up to 20% of their Title I, Part A allocation to cover school choice-related transportation costs and pay for supplemental educational services.
We have also learned just how talented the education establishment is at getting around some of the more controversial aspects of the law, like school choice and supplemental educational services, and how adept state and local officials are at changing the rules in the middle of the game to enhance the image of their schools.
Supplemental Educational Services Regional Workshops, sponsored by the U.
Baltimore, MD), a public company and a provider of supplemental educational services and products for K-12 students and their families, has been acquired by group of investors, including company management, led by affiliates of Sterling Capital Partners (Baltimore, MD) and Citigroup Private Equity (New York) for $8 per share.
The six-state study specifically assesses whether the NCLB policies governing assessment and accountability, the transfer option, and supplemental educational services have impacted minority and low-income equity.
These district programs included: Summer School/Intersession served approximately 200,000 students; Extended Learning Program served approximately 52,000; Saturday Extended Learning Academies served approximately 38,000; Emergency Immigrant Education Program served approximately 12,000 students; NCLB Supplemental Educational Services served approximately 30,000.