Access to Excellence
created district programs, system programs, and administrative actions.
In a presidential election determined by moral values, a virtually jobless economic recovery, global terrorism and Iraq, community colleges may lament that issues from access to excellence
did not assume more prominent roles.
To show industry, commerce and other civilian organisations that there is 'Access to Excellence
' and a pool of very high quality people available.
One of the sounds of spring in Minnesota this year is the gentle suggestion of air hissing from Governor Rudy Perpich's colorful education balloon, Access to Excellence
. Of all the newly minted school reforms set before state legislatures across the country, Perpich's troubled proposal is the boldest effort to improve a state's education system without resorting to the punitive measures customary elsewhere.
We support access to excellence
. We want to know what you think.
With the Culture budget rising by 22% over the next three years to top pounds 150m by 2007, the Welsh Assembly Government is building on its successes and making sure that 'access to excellence
' is a reality for everyone.
As one of three organisations funded to promote the aims of the manifesto, The Sage Gateshead received pounds 1m which it used to initiate Access to Excellence
, a series of model music and teaching projects designed to be copied throughout the country.
'We believe all children should have access to excellence
and the best education we can provide.
According to ACW's annual report, Access to Excellence
, during the 2002-03 period,