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educability

(SOCIOLOGY OF EDUCATION) the capacity to benefit from formal education, assumed to be affected by differences in patterns of child rearing and physical support.
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Compared to traditional grant-making approaches, this contractually agreed payment-by-results model allowed Educate Girls to innovate and ultimately to achieve a greater impact.
In 2013, the Dawood Global Foundation initiated the Educate a Girl project with the aim of providing scholarships to 1,000 deserving girls in Pakistan for vocational training in media studies and strengthening women's voice in media.
Through their newly established Educate Me Community School, which is located in the Talbeya district of Al-Haram, Educate Me is putting their developed curriculum to the test to understand its weaknesses and strengths and refine them accordingly.
These relationship-building efforts turned out to be very fruitful as the nematologists supported the AVICTA Complete Pak campaign in various ways including providing nematode maps for www.AVICTACompletePak.com, assisting with print and video testimonials, speaking at plot tours and helping conduct an intense two-day course, coined "Nematodes 101," to educate the Syngenta sales force about nematodes.
Put your RIA goals in writing, develop a program to educate your firm's leadership about your efforts, and ask them to read and sign off on your documented goals.
The MCU's largest and oldest PME school is the Command and Staff College (CSC), which has the primary purpose of preparing military officers "for command and staff duties with Marine Air-Ground Task Forces and for assignment with joint, multinational, and high-level service organizations." (7) The CSC offers a 10-month curriculum of graduate-level rigor to educate officers in various aspects of the strategic, operational, and tactical levels of war.
Athletic directors should invite qualified professionals to their schools for workshops that will educate all those who come in contact with athletes.
THE EYE SITE is an NEI-sponsored exhibit that travels to shopping malls around the United States to educate the public about low vision, vision rehabilitation services, and vision adaptive devices, as well as about the NEI itself.
Add to that the $28.6 billion that's spent each year to educate the children of illegal immigrants.
Another phrase a Christian Aid worker gave to me last week was that if you educate a man you educate an individual but educate a woman and you educate a nation.
With new federal filing requirements imposed on money service business activities, it is more important than ever that CPAs understand MSB definitions and requirements, and educate their clients accordingly.
CBRE's recently instituted Wheel program for instance--named for its method of rotating participants through the firm's many different departments--promises to educate its young brokers in the many different services the firm offers, from appraising, to consulting, to finance.