CLAE

AcronymDefinition
CLAECollege of Liberal Arts and Education
CLAECanadian League Against Epilepsy (est. 1977)
CLAECarleton Liberal Arts Experience (Carlton College; Northfield, MN)
CLAECenter for Legal Aid Education (various locations)
CLAEChanges to Local Authority Enforcement (UK)
CLAECenter for Language Arts Education (University of Northern Colorado; Greeley, CO)
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During the initial teaching of the course, both faculty read and contributed to the discussions on the course discussion board; but the CLAE faculty was the lead instructor and graded all work.
The CLAE instructor relied on feedback from the CHP instructor in developing each assessment.
We're hoping to expand to the other states and create a network of emerging leaders and mentors that will have a common language and a common vision for legal services in the future," said Zenobia Lai, senior training director with CLAE.
In looking over the fellows' project ideas, many of them have what it takes to be in leadership, said Dick Bauer, CLAE senior equal justice training fellow.
The Consorcio Latinoamericano de Anticoncepcion de Emergencia (CLAE, Latin American Consortium on Emergency Contraception) has just released the second issue of its newsletter which includes a report on the First Latin American CLAE Conference on EC, "The Right to Emergency Contraception in Latin America and the Caribbean," which was held in October 2002, in Quito, Ecuador.