Student Studentship

Students

Meanings and phrases

school students

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E.g.
  • At 25, she began teaching high school students.
  • About 14.1% of high school students received diplomas.
  • Barooga Public School caters for primary school students.

high school students

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E.g.
  • At 25, she began teaching high school students.
  • About 14.1% of high school students received diplomas.
  • In 2013, PCC awarded degrees to over 30 high school students.

graduate students

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E.g.
  • It houses just 90 upper-division and graduate students.
  • There are 5489 undergraduates and 1281 graduate students.
  • The university enrolled only graduate students from 2014 to 2018.

all students

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  • Since late 2017, all students reside at this site.
  • Here, all students have speaking and voting rights.
  • They are considered affordable for all students.

college students

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  • They are now college students studying in the same class.
  • There are science and computer labs for college students.
  • It is also popular amongst college students, as a party drug.

students in grades

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  • Boarding is available for students in grades 8-12.
  • Everman High School houses students in grades 9-12.
  • The school enrolls about 250 students in grades 1-8.

students enrolled

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  • Currently, there are 932 students enrolled at KRHS.
  • It currently has approximately 286 students enrolled.
  • A total of 21 students enrolled for the first session.

number of students

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  • Currently the number of students is almost 36,000.
  • The total number of students is about 7,000.
  • Its total number of students is 2,000.

other students

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  • Some other students are G. Sadananda Aithala, K.G.
  • As a result, Quire and two other students are killed.
  • Ramesh and the other students mourn the death of Lakshmi.

university students

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  • Many of them were university students.
  • 60% of university students are women, according to university researchers.
  • This discount also includes an even more discounted rate for university students.

international students

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  • The university admits international students.
  • Harvard Extension School accepts international students.
  • , and offers English language programs for international students.

undergraduate students

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  • The Duluth campus is home to most undergraduate students.
  • The university offers BDS degree for undergraduate students .
  • There are about 29,000 undergraduate students and 600 postgraduates.

many students

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  • "Already she had gathered many students around her.
  • For many students, funding was a severe problem.
  • The school also has many students from abroad.

former students

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  • Campbell lost 126 former students in World War I.
  • are former students of this school.
  • It includes former students, current and former academics and fellows.

medical students

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  • Iran had 1 million medical students in 2011.
  • He played one of the title character's medical students.
  • The school enrolls 100 MBBS and 80 postgraduate medical students.

serves students

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  • The school currently serves students in grades 7–12.
  • It serves students from the greater Washington area.
  • The district serves students in eastern Falls County.

students attending

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  • 93% of students attending CMS come from low income families.
  • All students attending the school can eat breakfast and lunch.

female students

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  • In 2016 decision was made to accept female students.
  • In 1940, the college began admitting female students.
  • The female students reside close by at the Errol Miller Hostel.

students took

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  • 32,384 students took part in the inaugural event.
  • Seventh grade students took part in a two-year study.
  • Nationally, 1,681,134 students took the SATs.

grade students

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  • First grade students in high school take this test.
  • Seventh grade students took part in a two-year study.
  • First grade students in the high school take this test.

students and faculty

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  • Upper School students and faculty plan the annual event.
  • He was equally popular amongst students and faculty alike.
  • All the medical students and faculty reside close by in other buildings.

group of students

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  • The first group of students were 125 in December 2008.
  • In 1734, Linnaeus led a small group of students to Dalarna.
  • Stade Français was established in 1883 by a group of students in Paris.

students attend

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  • Today, more than 200 students attend this school.
  • More than 27,000 students attend the University.
  • 1,576 of those students attend Nederland High School.

fellow students

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  • One of his fellow students is , the main heroine of Flyable Heart.
  • He has a great time in college playing pranks with fellow students.
  • Andy's search for the truth puts every one of his fellow students at risk ...

black students

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  • In 1986, it accepted black students.
  • A school for black students, also called Harrisburg School, opened in 1904.
  • This year's results showed small gains in almost all grades for black students.

students and teachers

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  • It has approximately seventy students and teachers in total.
  • Many anthropologists (students and teachers) were active in the antiwar movement.
  • Throughout this period, students and teachers have worked to be more environmentally aware.

students

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  • Lord Oliver of Castelgard orders the students’ deaths.
  • He is a philanthropist with an interest in students’ welfare and education.
  • In education, the records of students’ learning can shift from primary to secondary education.

students take

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  • About a third of students take part in AP classes.
  • The majority of students take A level courses.

students and staff

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  • The campus has many canteens for students and staff.
  • Breakfast is provided for students and staff on the weekends.
  • Many past students and staff attended the two-day celebration.

help students

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  • He associated with the trust to help students affected by terrorism.
  • All classrooms are equipped with assistive technology to help students.
  • Mentors motivate, inspire and help students develop critical study skills.

male students

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  • The banners targeted male students who wear make-up.
  • It is the first AIIMS Nursing college to admit male students.
  • As of 2012 the school still required male students to wear ties.

foreign students

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  • In 2001, AHUT started to accept foreign students.
  • About 20 foreign students are admitted according to merit.
  • OIC is open to both Chinese and foreign students aged 2–18.

students included

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  • His students included his nephew Jean II Restout.
  • His students included the violinist Gonçal Comellas.
  • His students included the anthropologist Marjorie Halpin.

students include

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  • His former doctoral students include Julian Huppert.
  • His doctoral students include Grégory Miermont.
  • Notable students include Hannibal P. Scicluna.

allows students

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  • The program allows students to complete their B.S.
  • Additionally, it allows students to cross-dress.
  • The academy allows students to join clubs according to their interests.

students attended

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  • In the year 1946, 792 students attended the school.
  • Approximately 300 Asian students attended in total.
  • In 2000, 32,000 students attended Guam's public schools.

students receive

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  • Approximately 40% of students receive financial aid.
  • More than 75% of students receive free or reduced lunch.
  • Theses students receive professional training during senior years.

students from all

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  • 850 students from all parts of the world study here.
  • The College has got students from all over the country.
  • On January 6, students from all colleges went on strike.

million students

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  • In the United States 1.65 million students took the exam in 2011.

among students

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  • In the 1950s Jazz became popular among students.
  • György Lukács accepted among students, the School of Budapest belonged.
  • JE's early years saw a flourishing of political activity among students.

students studying

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  • They are now college students studying in the same class.
  • Currently, it has over 200 international students studying on campus.
  • Most of them are students studying in Timisoara, Oradea and Constanta.

new students

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  • The university enrolls over 800 new students annually.
  • Most new students enter Hopkins in either the 7th or 9th grade.
  • As of 1 September 2009, over 400 new students started at the school.

teachers and students

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  • Use of the Internet is available for teachers and students.
  • 192 teachers and students became victims of the Second World War.
  • All teachers and students were to return to the USSR by September.

law students

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  • The "Journal" is currently, and always has been, run by law students.
  • His name is also attached to several awards given to law students and lawyers.
  • The founders of the group were law students, Detlef Girrmann and Dieter Thieme.

first students

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  • The first students registered on October 16, 1876.
  • Hughes STEM saw its first students in 2009.
  • The first students entered URMC in 1925.

staff and students

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  • Internet literature searching is available to the staff and students.
  • Most of the staff and students had fled from Kosovo in early June 1999.
  • CIT provides Information Technology facilities to the faculty, staff and students of the IOE.

students to take

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  • In November, 2013, she encouraged her students to take part in the EuroMaidan protests.
  • The school offers a block style schedule which allows students to take eight classes a year.
  • This program allows students to take two, as opposed to one, art credit beginning in grade nine.

doctoral students

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  • His former doctoral students include Julian Huppert.
  • His doctoral students include Grégory Miermont.
  • One of his doctoral students was Georg Aumann.

students during

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  • He would hire college students during the summer to help him.
  • Its enrollment was 1,603 students during the 2015-16 school year.
  • West Jefferson has 1,398 students during this school year (2009–2010).

secondary school students

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  • Its secondary school students consistently rank among the top three for mathematics and science.
  • It is typically taught to secondary school students and builds on their understanding of arithmetic.
  • It was also the day on which Scholarism hosted the class boycott movement for secondary school students.

prepare students

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  • In addition, it must prepare students to succeed at the college level.
  • Curriculum was then expanded to prepare students to become broadcasters.
  • Knuth wanted the book to prepare students for doing original, creative research.

education students

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  • The total number of higher education students in the city is around 43,900.
  • The Intermediate Unit provides support services and therapy to special education students.
  • It also houses a chapel for campus residents and for training pastoral education students.

allow students

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  • This is supposed to allow students to live in a state of unknowing in their performance.
  • AP classes allow students to acquire skills that will help them be successful in college.
  • Student activities are generally designed to allow students to become more involved on campus.

students through

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  • The local nursery and primary schools can accommodate students through Grade 11.
  • Internet connectivity is provided to all the students through VSAT (512 kbit/s).
  • It reaches out to students through social, cultural, artistic, literary, and sports activities.

students are required

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  • All students are required to wear school uniforms.
  • All students are required to take part in the events.

students per

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  • Nursing College has a intake of 60 students per year.
  • It serves more than 5,000 students per year.
  • There will be over 170 students per year.

students participate

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  • All students participate in a sport each trimester.
  • In total, 133 students participate in the war.
  • Over 125 students participate in the WCS strings program.

public school students

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  • The clubs include homeschoolers as well as private and public school students.
  • Of public school students living in Dubuque County, 81.3% attend DCSD schools.
  • As of 1996, nearly 90% of Indianola's public school students were of African-American ethnic heritage.

serving students

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  • Community Education has been serving students for 22 years.
  • This organ belongs not to the parish, but to the , serving students in classes and master classes.
  • Ansche Chesed also houses The Havurah School, serving students from kindergarten through 7th grade.

students to attend

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  • It also sponsored students to attend veterinary school in the United Kingdom.
  • Curtis was one of the first 50 black students to attend Leon High School in Tallahassee.
  • Colleges and universities have been increasing the costs for students to attend schools.

faculty and students

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  • It is a residential campus; faculty and students live on campus.
  • "I have always had wonderful cooperation from the faculty and students."
  • University of Miami music faculty and students performed in the orchestra.

students received

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  • About 14.1% of high school students received diplomas.
  • Many students received assistance from the teaching fellows.
  • About 30 percent of Walden's students received financial aid.

white students

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  • The DTH was seen as a newspaper for white students.
  • It was constructed for white students only.
  • There was no effect of self-affirmation in white students.

students learn

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  • There students learn how to run a radio station.
  • He stated that students learn by doing.
  • It is critical that students learn math concepts using a variety of tools.

more students

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  • The school has nearly 70% more students than in 1993.
  • She was able to rent a larger facility and attract more students.
  • In many hostels, more students are accommodated than the supposed number.

year students

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  • This trio is a group of second year students.
  • It houses 500 first and second year students.
  • Last year, the school lost 99 first year students (33% of the class).

requires students

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  • This test requires students to read four passages and answer questions about what they just read.
  • Conrad Weiser High School requires students to complete a research paper, an oral presentation and a Portfolio/Product.
  • This area of knowledge requires students to be able to perform experimental work to acquire the expected technical experimental skills.

students each

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  • There is an intake of about 35 students each year.
  • By 2001 the school enrolled 600 students each quarter.
  • The Academy graduates approximately 75 students each year.

most students

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  • However, most students come by own vehicles.
  • In 1951 the school was closed and most students went to a school in nearby Goroke.
  • The main content of higher education for most students was rhetoric, philosophy and law.

secondary students

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  • It serves preschool, primary, and secondary students.
  • The school admits secondary students, grades 7 to 12, aged 11–18.
  • Locker area for secondary students.

students aged

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  • It educates around 760 students aged 11–16.
  • OIC is open to both Chinese and foreign students aged 2–18.
  • By 1954, the school was training 65 students aged between 10 and 17.

young students

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  • It has awarded college scholarships to more than 600 young students.
  • In 2003 she published "Neuroscience: science of the brain: an introduction for young students."
  • The school started as one campus in rented premises serving a small number of very young students.

postgraduate students

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  • Now V.S.Sobkin is scientific head of Theses of 8 postgraduate students.
  • It caters for postgraduate students in medicine and other related fields.
  • Canon Prof. Preston (1948-1963), though now it houses postgraduate students.

students of all

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  • The school has a Choir and Chapel, where students of all religion offer prayers.
  • He taught the normative course "Public Law" for students of all forms of education.
  • To students of all ages, he lectures in large congregations of thousands of people.

provide students

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  • Pattern blocks can also serve to provide students with an understanding of fractions.
  • Primary School teachers take their time to provide students with a good transition into schooling.
  • The Extended Learning Division's mission is to provide students with access to information through technology.

students study

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  • About 4,500 students study there in 72 sections.
  • Many nearby students study in the Thayyur Govt.
  • About 2118 students study there in 48 sections.

percentage of students

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  • The percentage of students who pass in this school is 100%.
  • The percentage of students attending a Gesamtschule varies by Bundesland.
  • Since 2002, a high percentage of students have not met the school district's academic targets.

available to students

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  • Weightlifting is available to students year round.
  • Financial aid is available to students on need-based merit.
  • Montrose now has two Catholic priests available to students.

middle school students

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  • Typically a range of sports will be available for middle school students.
  • During the 1990s, FRA partnered with IBM to give middle school students laptop computers.
  • In the middle school students assume responsibility for their work, their behavior, and their community.

students were enrolled

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  • Seventy-five students were enrolled the first term.
  • Throughout that first year, only 30 students were enrolled.
  • The first group of SBPS students were enrolled on 26 May 1984.

provides students

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  • This ensures the quality of the language school and provides students with a richer experience.
  • Student housing provides students a place to live while they learn at Edmonds Community College.
  • It provides students of medical sociology with case studies for hands-on observational experiences.

both students

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  • Friday sermons are given by both students and scholars.
  • Unbeknownst to Tumin, both students were African American.
  • ECNA aims to benefit both students and organisations who offer extra curricular programs.

students come

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  • 30 percent of the students come from foreign countries.
  • However, most students come by own vehicles.
  • Almost 20% of the students come from outside the Netherlands.

students the opportunity

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  • Giving students the opportunity to create poster boards provides an escape from the everyday “norm” of the classroom.
  • Each year EMU offers high-achieving high school students the opportunity to be part of the university's honors program.
  • The program offers students the opportunity to build their own bikes as well as earn a stipend at the end of the program.

offers students

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  • This new program offers students many benefits.
  • It offers students training along with education at the school.
  • The Virginia–Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine offers students a DVM degree or an M.S.

students as well

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  • The museum is often visited by art students as well as home schoolers.
  • There have been Saudi students as well, though this is relatively rare.
  • Partnership grants may support scholarship efforts for low-income students as well.

students to study

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  • Then arrives his wife and inspires the students to study for the coming exams.
  • In this vein, he unveiled several scholarships for Indian students to study in Ireland.
  • The first students to study in this Rome program left the United States in the Fall of 2010.

students across

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  • The program is supposed to bond students across grades and create a cohesive enviornment.
  • The foundation reaches over 3,000,000 (3 MN) students across the globe through this curriculum.
  • It is run by the Ohio Department of Education for deaf and hard-of-hearing students across Ohio.

special education students

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  • The Intermediate Unit provides support services and therapy to special education students.
  • In June 2009, the charter was renewed without a plan to increase the numbers of special education students.
  • Maximum scholarship award is $8,500, with special education students receiving up to $15,000 for a year's tuition.

engineering students

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  • For example, Tooker House is strictly freshmen engineering students.
  • The primary builders were by engineering students at Santa Clara University in California.
  • Bishop Gleeson formed a team of lay volunteers, mostly engineering students from Gonzaga University.

students were reading

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  • In 2011, 78% of the students were reading on grade level in grades 3rd and 4th.
  • In 2012, only 76% of the students were reading on grade level in grades 3rd and 4th.
  • In 2012-13, 80% of the students were reading on grade level in grades 3rd through 5th.

students living

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  • St. Scholastica houses students living on campus in nine buildings.
  • Of public school students living in Dubuque County, 81.3% attend DCSD schools.
  • The school serves students living in the Broye-Vully district in Vaud canton and Broye district in Fribourg canton.

students complete

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  • Currently, approximately 50,000 8th, 10th and 12th-grade students complete the survey annually.
  • Veterinary students complete three years of classroom instruction and 12 months of clinical rotations in total.
  • Middle school students (grades 6–8) complete 10–20 hours annually while high school students complete 25–50 hours each year.

percent of students

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  • Approximately 20 percent of students double-major.
  • 16.4 percent of students achieved over 40 study scores.
  • Ninety five percent of students are Texan.

minority students

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  • The gender gap in graduation rates is particularly large for minority students.
  • James has been an advocate for women and minority students throughout her career.
  • Contracts were more restrictive in districts with high concentrations of poor and minority students.

million students took

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  • In the United States 1.65 million students took the exam in 2011.

assist students

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  • The state offers a small grant to assist students in costs for tuition, fees and books.

students began

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  • The remaining students began attending other schools.
  • The class of the first batch of the students began on 10 June 2009.
  • The charter class of 50 medical students began classes in July 2014.

gifted students

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  • The Talent Pool enriches potentially gifted students in all content areas.
  • As a result of this exposure, he was able to attract not only financial backing but also gifted students.
  • There is also a growing gap between gifted students from low-income background and higher-income background.

between students

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  • Over the next few days, the clashes between students and security forces grew.
  • Much of the film was based on his observations between students, teachers and parents at the Institute.
  • The Pearl Initiative facilitates the interaction between students and business leaders as part its remit.
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