AHSI

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AcronymDefinition
AHSIAfrican Human Security Initiative
AHSIAlternative High School Initiative
AHSIArchivum Historicum Societatis Iesu (Latin; Italian journal)
AHSIArabian Horse Society of Iowa
AHSIArkansas History Summer Institute
AHSIAmerican Academic and High School Institute (online education)
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The online directory of policy-related resources is designed to help build and share the effective strategies of the Alternative High School Initiative (AHSI), a network of youth development organizations supported by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation committed to creating educational opportunities for young people for whom traditional school settings have not been successful.
and Indianapolis, is one of three pilot cities nationwide in which Alternative High School Initiative (AHSI) has established a "Place-Based Partnership.
For more information about the Alternative High School Initiative, which is funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and which NLC's Institute for Youth, Education, and Families supports as a co-convener, go to www.
The Alternative High School Initiative (AHSI) "distinguishers," or elements that distinguish the AHSI network's alternative high school models from other alternative school programs, are:
In those few minutes, Mayor Franklin and Tasha talked about it all--how Tasha, always a straight-A student, almost dropped out of school in the ninth grade when she became pregnant with her son Davon, and how an alternative high school initiative, Communities in Schools of Georgia (CISGA), had enabled her to complete her high school education on time.
Hosting two meetings of the Alternative High School Initiative Network to help cities promote high school reform.
We're trying to address all of these issues with NLC's help through the Alternative High School Initiative.
Details: For more information regarding NLC's school improvement efforts, the Alternative High School Initiative.
At a February gathering of representatives from the Alternative High School Initiative (AHSI) in Philadelphia, 13 youth from high schools around the country provided their insight into discussions on alternative education and public perception.
Attendees of this conference were members of the Alternative High School Initiative (AHSI), a network of youth development organizations committed to creating educational opportunities for young people for whom traditional school settings have not been successful.
shared their perspectives at the Alternative High School Initiative (AHSI) conference in October in Cambridge, Mass.
Conference participants included members of the Alternative High School Initiative.
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