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ETS

(Eye Tracking System) See eye tracking.
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The Board was seeking a person with a breadth of vision of the significant new forms of assessments in teaching and learning and who understood the complex and difficult issues facing American schools," said Paula Brownlee, chair of the ETS Board of Trustees and president of the Association of American Colleges.
Gordon Chair, Policy Evaluation and Research Center at ETS.
ETS operates in Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark, Germany, Austria, the Netherlands, Portugal, Luxembourg, Belgium and France and has also established joint ventures in the United Kingdom, Italy, and the French Riviera.
The district leadership and ETS share a strong commitment to improving student performance.
Each level integrates skills practice to develop critical thinking and communicative competence and provides authentic TOEFL iBT practice sets created by ETS especially for this series.
The revised GRE General Test will be administered in the ETS global network of Internet-based test centers and through Thomson Prometric, the world's largest computer-based testing network.
ETS exposure in this homogeneous group was very high because of the high prevalence of smoking among Chinese men.
Snowline began its journey by investing in IDMS and, in the spring of 2003, hired an ETS Pulliam facilitator to oversee the FOS[TM] implementation process.
CORPTAX(R) ETS (Enterprise Tax System), a fully integrated and browser-driven compliance and planning tax software system, has been introduced by Deloitte & Touche Tax Technologies LLC, the tax technology division of Deloitte & Touche LLP.
com/research/dd21d5/analyzing_the_carb) has announced the addition of the "Analyzing the Carbon Emissions Trading in Europe - The EU ETS Scheme" report to their offering.
The launch of ETS PPI marks the first large-scale use of noncognitive measures for admissions in higher education.