Academic Year

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Academic Year

The period of time during which most classes are held at an educational institution. A student must accomplish a certain number of classes or credit hours each academic year in order to remain eligible for federal or other financial aid.
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Before the beginning of the academic year, the subscriber will provide a list of the pupils transported by the various institutions with their home addresses and the start and end times of the pupils' school.
The number of the administrative and teaching staff at governmental and private schools reached more than 30,000 during this academic year which is a rise of 8% compared to the previous year.
The 45-minute extension will decrease that figure to three years, but the minister said that was still far below acceptable standards, particularly when students in private schools received 900 to 1,400 hours of education in an academic year.
While schools have the right to deny re-registering a student for a new academic year if the fees have not been paid, institutions cannot expel a student in the middle of the academic year for reasons related to non-payment of fees, he said.
Group B LARISSA Total budget for a period of two (2) academic years two hundred and sixty-four thousand tetas eta one euro and forty cents (264.
Contract notice: Provision of school meals provision of services for a period of 3 academic years beginning in the academic year 2014/2015 -.
This report is a summary of seven program studies that were conducted during the previous two academic years, providing highlights in the following areas: A profile of each program's former students (both degree earners and those who left the program) (1) An evaluation of coursework taken (2) An evaluation of preparation for employment (3) Key Themes from comments provided.
Limerick Institute of Technology invites Tenders from suitably qualified General Practitioners for the provision of Student Health Services at one or any number of it s campuses for a period of 1 academic year initially commencing Aug 2014 with the right to extend the contract for a further minimum of 1 academic year or a maximum of 4 academic years.