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1 Their first major design took off in high schools and colleges.
2 The report highlights many such examples of strategies, ideas and actions that have led to improvement and may help others to meet the commitment for all schools to be sustainable schools by 2020.
3 The two old schools are to combine to form one big new school.
4 Many schools of paintings were in these periods.
5 SCHOOLS across the eastern Mediterranean, children are still learning about the past of the fascinating places where they live through the distorting lens of modern nationalism.
6 As business education becomes more global, it is becoming less American. Until recently the field was dominated by American business schools teaching American examples.
7 But in the schools teachers and pupils still use books.
8 However, most schools and parents resist the idea.
9 in dull, sprawling places with good schools, of the sort ridiculed by Hollywood and detested by urban planners, that America comes together.
10 Rewarding high retention and graduation rates encourages schools to focus on pleasing students rather than on pushing them.
11 offers guided Tours showing steaming vents, boiling mud pools and geysers as well as Maori culture, including the national carving and weaving schools as well as a replica village.
12 head teachers at state schools as accountable to parents as their peers at private schools are and give them the same freedoms, notably to sack poor teachers and pay more to good ones.
13 That is why we are opening free schools across the country.
14 Classrooms in 37 schools have served as temporary shelters after the earthquake and tsunami.
15 Theresa May, Britain's prime minister, who is intent on increasing the number of schools selecting the ablest pupils as early as age 11, should take note.
16 Schools had to be cleared of rubble and of displaced people; families had to scrape together money for uniforms and fees.
17 And so it's no surprise when we see that behavior in our schools or on our streets.
18 Once he showed up half-an-hour late for a speech, clumping along with just one shoe - and then kept his audience spellbound with his tale of building peace through schools.
19 The state has many small, rural schools.
20 He envisages outstanding schools opening their classrooms not only to new teachers but also to older ones who want to develop their skills.
21 Only two years ago, however, another group of consultants determined that several schools in our district had problems because their principals were inexperienced.
22 The tendency of kids to split up spontaneously into subgroups also explains the uneven success rate of programs that put children from disadvantaged homes into private or parochial schools.
23 Every year the entire centre of Phnom Penh is snarled with hundreds of thousands of rural visitors, many of whom sleep in temples, schools and sidewalks during the period of the festival.
24 Others are wondering how, or whether, they will get to their jobs, schools, churches, temples, the airport or any fun.
25 It controlled many aspects of diaspora life, including schools and temples.
26 This replaces a system employed under Labour in which schools were inspected for a series of other issues such as equality, community cohesion and healthy eating.
27 coalition government is “terrified” of being seen publicly championing anything offered by private schools, says a close observer of Conservative education policy.
28 Some emerging-market schools have already sniffed an opportunity.
29 citys attempt to resolve its education plight is aptly illustrated by the story of Peter DeMarco, formerly an aspiring comedian, who was recruited to teach English in the citys high schools.
30 You will never know what the total cost of your education was, but for a lifetime you will recall and relive the memories of schools and colleges.