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Laup

A Norwegian unit of weight approximately equivalent to 18 kilograms. It is used most commonly to measure the weight of butter.
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Palmieri, chairman of the LAUP Board of Directors, which announced Ayala's appointment following a vote today, praised Ayala.
28] The first research to specifically address this issue indicated that the efficacy of LAUP did decrease over time.
In Los Angeles County, where about half of the 153,000 age-4 children attend preschool, LAUP has so far funded 130 preschool programs.
In the spring of 2009, teachers re-assessed a matched sample of the original group of students who participated in the study at LAUP preschools to determine changes in their school readiness.
Since our creation in 2004, LAUP has been committed to adhering to the highest quality and business standards aimed at maximizing the efficiency of our operations, as well as the satisfaction with our preschool funding services," said Gary Mangiofico, CEO of LAUP, which is committed to making preschool education available to every four-year-old in Los Angeles County.
The computer learning stations will be installed at 50 LAUP preschools countywide.
If there is an LAUP school in their neighborhood, any parent can send their children there.
LAUP is increasing access to high-quality preschool by creating new spaces throughout Los Angeles County, making preschools more affordable and providing them with the funding they need to run high-quality programs that are available to families at little or no cost.
LAUP, a non-profit organization committed to increasing accessibility to high-quality preschool to all children in Los Angeles County, received about 100 applications for this award.
LAUP brought together the gathering of business leaders to discuss the importance and need for expanded Early Childhood Education opportunities for children in the county.
As part of this initiative, LAUP will offer free preschool to any child in foster care who lives in Los Angeles County and turns four-years-old by Dec.