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headship

Education Brit the position of headmaster or headmistress of a school
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But disrupting the selection process of Standing Committees' headship on behalf of PAC-I is nothing but a violation of parliamentary ethics' he concluded.
Meanwhile, on the special directives of the Vice Chancellor, the members of the committee under the headship of the Meritorious Professor Dr.
Insiders talk of underhand deals, where some applicants for headship or those seeking to keep their stations bribe their way or use influential politicians to get positions in particular schools.
Eelin served long periods at Wooldale Junior and St John's Church School in Golcar before being appointed to the deputy headship of Gilthwaites First School in Denby Dale in 2000 and then headship of Linthwaite Ardron in 2003.
Contract notice: The delivery of the national professional qualification for headship (npqh) 2018-2020
He expressed satisfaction over the performance of the investigative team that was working under the headship of DPO Mardan.
Further differences in housing outcomes included different rates of headship (Painter and Yu 2010), which is the tendency of a person to form a household, a higher propensity to live in overcrowded conditions (Painter and Yu 2008), and residence in higher cost metropolitan areas (Coulson 1999).
However, treatment of the role of the household power structure in these studies is limited to the inclusion of a single dummy variable for female headship. Present study estimates separate probit regressions for different types of headships, hence allowing for an analysis of the power structure of the household and its impact on other explanatory variables.
Constitutional Conventions and the Headship of State: Australian Experience by Donald Markwell (Redland Bay: Connor Court Publishing, 2016) pages 1-226.
Furlong analyzes the relative growth in household formation by looking at the shifts in "headship rates," the share of the population identified as heads of households.
To understand the implications of changing demographics, we forecast the number of households, using the Census Bureau's population projections and existing (2014) age-, sex-and race/ethnicity-specific headship rates, which are at extremely low levels relative to the last 20 years.