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Grade

(1) A designated ground level. (2) To change the contours of land.

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William Fischel's Making the Grade proffers the unconventional view that American schools are much more efficient than many eXperts, including economists, seem to think.
"Making the Grade: Online Education in the United States, 2006--Midwestern Edition" is based on data collected for the fourth annual report on the state of online education in U.S.
Here at Boiling, the new program, "Making the Grade," is about focusing on attitude, appearance and ability everyday to achieve an "A" in the eyes of those being served.
In "Making the Grade," distributors and other industry members offer surefire ways to keep clients loyal.
America's Environmental Report Card: Are We Making the Grade?
In February, NPCA released Making the Grade: Educational Opportunities and Challenges in California's National Parks, celebrating the educational opportunities within our national parks and highlighting some of their limitations.
Making the Grade: Assess Your RIM Program Using ISO 15489
IRELAND U21 coach Mark McDermott believes many of the team that lost to New Zealand in the World Cup Final last weekend are capable of making the grade in the pro ranks.