ECES

AcronymDefinition
ECESEast and Central European Studies (Czech Republic)
ECESEuropean Centre for Electoral Support (UK)
ECESÉcole Communautaire de l'Enseignement Supérieur (French: Community School of Higher Education)
ECESExpeditionary Civil Engineer Squadron (US Air Force unit)
ECESEnergy Conservation through Energy Storage
ECESÉcole Cantonale pour Enfants Sourds (French: Cantonal School for Deaf Children; Switzerland)
ECESEgyptian Center for Economic Studies (Cairo, Egypt)
ECESEnvironmental Cost Element Structure
ECESElite Cleaning & Environmental Services (UK)
ECESExtension Continuing Education Solutions (Florida)
ECESElliptic Curve Encryption Scheme (cryptography)
ECESEarly Childhood Education Service
ECESEuropean Center of Environmental Studies
ECESEvaluating Contractors Estimating System
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The first profile, ECEs with little musical knowledge, tend to use activities involving perception.
According to Abdelatef, during the economic media forum organised by the ECES from 15 to 17 February in Luxor, the competition will be managed by the MIT University which has a long experience in this field.
Although researchers have started to explore caregiver's perceptions of bullying in early childhood, descriptive, qualitative research comparing the differences between ECEs' and parents' perceptions about whether young children are capable of bullying is largely absent from the research literature.
Agbamuche -Mbu, who is also the Chairperson, Legal Services of the commission, lauded ECES for funding the training programme, saying the workshop would enhance the capacity of legal officers of INEC and Police officers in the prosecution of electoral offences.
ECEs and ECSEs may have distinct educational, philosophical, and pedagogical approaches that can lead to differences in practice.
In order to build an equitable ECE system across China, both policy-makers and scholars face the pressing issue of defining and measuring the quality of ECE programs in Chinese sociocultural and policy contexts (Hu & Li, 2012).
It was found that the majority of administrators and teachers have opinion that there is significant difference in the existing status of ECE as well in practices and facilities in public and private sector schools.
Tranche 1 will be completed under the Company's 15% capital issuance facility; will not require shareholder approval or be conditional on due diligence or upon the completion of the ECE placement.
Advocates for investing in high-quality ECE typically make the case that early investments produce long-term benefits for children and society.
The text-books as material objects represent discourses that have circulated at the macro level in the North American discipline of early childhood educa-tion; they are distributed across time and place and various instructors in educational settings used them to define the good ECE and ensure that their students exemplify it.
Dubai Cares' Early Childhood Education (ECE) program titled "Strengthening School Readiness in Rwanda" is being implemented in partnership with Voluntary Service Overseas (VSO) in Nyamasheke, one of the largest and poorest districts in the country.