DTES

AcronymDefinition
DTESDesert Trails Elementary School (Paradise Valley, AZ)
DTESDown Town East Side (Canada)
DTESDaniel Thoby Études Services (French: Daniel Thoby Studies Services)
DTESDown To Earth Software, Inc. (Pompano Beach, FL)
DTESDistributed Tactical Exploitation System (TENCAP system)
DTESDigital Traffic Enforcement System (UK)
DTESDCGS Test and Evaluation Strategy
DTESDolphin Terrace Elementary School (El Paso, TX)
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(187) The Court also noted a particularly weak aspect of the record--the impact of Insite on crime in the DTES. (188)
Some 260 different agencies in the DTES offer programs and services.
The main findings from the qualitative data highlight that DTEs are facing many challenges such as lack of teachers' interest, multi-grade teaching, and overcrowded classrooms.
This again points out toward a content-focus approach over a methodological approach by DTEs in general.
To support the CTSC one or more mentors (DTEs) are appointed.
Sources claimed that the decision has been taken after the Provincial Schools Department (PSD) termed performance of around 4,000 DTEs across the province including 120 in Rawalpindi "unsatisfactorily".
Instead, Clark supports a "continuum of housing" that helps people "exit the DTES".
A Distribution-transforming encoder (DTE) was used to map these messages on seed space S.
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In the 1970s, women began to go missing from Vancouver's DTES at an alarming rate.
The Downtown Eastside (DTES) of Vancouver has historical shared similarities with many small cities in Canada in terms of HIV prevalence.
At one cluster (1-5) District Teacher Educators (DTEs) are placed depending upon the schools attached with cluster.