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AT

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for AUSTRIA.

AT

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the Republic of Austria. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Austrian bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for Austria. This is used as an international standard for shipping to Austria. Each state has its own code with the prefix "AT." For example, the code for the State of Burgenland is ISO 3166-2:AT-1.
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Illustrated by the recent introduction of two ICT-related cross-curricular attainment targets in Flanders, the digitization of educational settings has been a growing point of interest within policy spheres.
It is revealing of the gender gap in tertiary education to look at the attainment target from a gender perspective.
In the original NC Order the four Attainment Targets were to be given equal weight; broadly speaking, this allowed a quarter of the total time for this subject to be spent on the combined elements of the third Target, 'planning and making'.
7) The SATs would provide information on students' performance on a cluster of attainment targets.
As such, the Flemish ICT attainment targets are designed to meet societal expectations about the role of ICT in education.
The study claims engaging parents was equally as important to raising standards as setting attainment targets and monitoring pupil progress.
He reached the educational attainment targets for his age, but he has behavioural problems mainly because of lack of concentration and being easily distracted.
Bill Pike, project director, Mitel, commented, "A key component of our bid's success is that we demonstrated significant technological innovation and flexibility in meeting the City Council's need to meet specific education attainment targets, including teacher support, exclusion and motivation projects, community learning, parental support, distance learning, and home learning.
Fundamentally, we support what the Government is trying to achieve but I do have some concerns that high attainment targets may discourage some education providers from supporting all aspects of the programme.
In the early 1990s, in an attempt to bring some 'coherence and consistency' to this experience, the 5-14 Programme set out age/ stage-related attainment targets in Reading, Writing, Talking and Listening.
The paper is motivated by the apparent increase in VET provision implied by government educational attainment targets in the context of stable or declining funding for VET and the conclusion that funding needs to increase if the targets are to be met.