ASCL


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ASCLAssociation of School and College Leaders (UK)
ASCLAchaete-Scute Complex-Like
ASCLAlternate Smart Card Logon
ASCLAdvanced Sonobuoy Communications/Command Link
ASCLApplication Standard Component Library
ASCLArkansas State Crime Laboratory (Little Rock, AR)
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ASCL parliamentary specialist Anna Cole said: "These seminars are about safeguarding young people, not criminalising them, so that school leaders are able to intervene in the right way at an early stage.
ASCL provides access to an integrated diabetes care solution through a combination of high quality clinical infrastructure counting early recognition and protocol driven treatment of diabetes, complemented by a robust set of lifestyle management programs.
ASCL general secretary Brian Lightman said there was "enormous concern" across the education sector about the GCSE English results.
ASCL general secretary Brian Lightman paid tribute to the popular headteacher.
We are delighted to win this work from the ASCL in the face of stiff competition," he said.
Of the 1,471 ASCL members questioned, 8 per cent said their schools have already become academies, while 38 per cent said they were in the process of converting or intend to, as soon as they are eligible.
Dr John Dunford, former head-teacher at Durham Johnston Comprehensive and general secretary of the ASCL, said: "Nobody will mourn the loss of Sats tests or league tables of their results.
Tickers featured: ASCL, BOBJ, COGN, CRM, HYSL, INFA, MSTR, ORCL, RNOW, SAP, SEBL.
The ASCL is a trade association representing Louisiana sugarcane growers and raw sugarcane processors.
ASCL Cymru director Tim Pratt said: "School leaders and governors are desperate for some certainty about funding.
A chain of 26 specialty clinics has been constructed by ASCL throughout the country as on date.