CLPE

AcronymDefinition
CLPECentre de Loisirs de la Petite Enfance (French: Early Childhood Leisure Center)
CLPECentre for Literacy in Primary Education (UK)
CLPECross Linked Polyethylene (foam)
CLPECertified Latent Print Examiner (International Association for Identification)
CLPECenter for Low Power Electronics
CLPECommission on Legal Problems of the Elderly
CLPECross-Layer Protocol Engineering
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CLPE's newly refurbished library is a result of the launch of a Crowdfunding campaign earlier this year, which raised over GBP60,000 in less than 3 months.
CLPE is situated in an Edwardian Grade II listed building tucked away down a quiet street behind Waterloo Road, a stone's throw from the station.
-- (forthcoming 2008), 'Comparative Regulatory Regimes in Water Service Delivery', Working Paper in Comparative Research in Law & Political Economy (CLPE) Research Paper Series, http://www.comparativeresearch.net/papers.jsp or www.ssrn.com/link/CLPE.html.
Researchers at the Centre for Literacy in Primary Education (CLPE) investigate how children learn to spell and outline the most effective teaching approaches for students 5-7 years and students 7-11 years.
The books have been selected by experts at the CLPE and are grouped into themes, as well as age, to help to match a child's interests with a book.
The author gratefully acknowledges support for this research by the National Science Foundation through the California Institute of Technology Center for Neuromorphic Systems Engineering as part of the Engineering Research Centers program, by the Office of Naval Research under grant number N00014-97-l-0970, and by the National Science Foundation's State/Industry/University Cooperative Research Center for Low Power Electronics (CLPE).
Joseph Coelho is a successful performance poet, playwright and author having won the prestigious CLPE Poetry award in 2015.
Online book news company thebookseller.com announced on Wednesday that In the Land of Giants, a poetry book written by George Szirtes and illustrated by Helen Szirtes, is the winner of the 2013 Centre for Literacy in Primary Education (CLPE) Poetry Award.
This is important as recent UKLA and CLPE research showed that only a limited range of writers were routinely used in classrooms.
The YouTube channel for the Centre for Literacy in Primary Education (CLPE) focuses mainly on poetry and picture books.
The Centre for Literacy in Primary Education announced its winner of the CLPE Poetry Award for 2009 as: John Agard for The Young Inferno, illustrated by Satoshi Kitamura, published by Frances Lincoln.