EPPEEffective Provision of Pre-School Education (study)
EPPEElectric Power and Power Electronics (Texas A&M University)
EPPEEnglish Placement/Proficiency Exam (various universities)
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2007) of around 300 early education settings and roughly 600 children, does include the same ECERS quality indicators that were available in the EPPE study.
Many of the interviewees related the importance of staff from evidence that has emerged from studies such as EPPE, where higher qualified staff have been found to have a positive impact on the quality of a setting.
2004), from the EPPE study, note that whilst there are significant differences between individual pre-school settings in their impact on children, some settings are more effective than others in promoting positive child outcomes.
Defendant currently has limited resources to effectuate a return in January," Eppes told the court, but his client does intend to appear for trial, whenever that is scheduled.
FBI Agent Don Eppes (Rob Morrow) solves grisly crimes with the help of maths genius brother Charlie (David Krumholtz).
MATHEMATICS is sexy in this US cop drama, which pairs FBI Special Agent Don Eppes (Rob Morrow) and his scientific genius brother Charlie (David Krumholtz).
His correspondence includes the very occasional Yiddish phrase, such as eppes rares, which means "something rare.
6 Which US series follows FBI Special Agent Don Eppes and his mathematical genius brother, Charlie, who helps him solve crimes?
A similar sensibility informed the imagination of Susan Eppes in Georgia, who heard stories of abolitionists and dreamed that they were chasing her, looking like "the devil as uncle Aleck describes him with horns and cloven feet.
McClure is Frances Eppes Professor, School of Information Studies, Florida State University.
The joke, and the fact that it can make a mathematician drop his chalk and slap his knees, is what inspired the premise of ``Numb3rs'' (typo intentional): Don Eppes (Rob Morrow) is a Los Angeles FBI agent who calls on his gifted younger brother, Charlie (David Krumholtz), to assist in cases for which the solution may lie in mathematics.
Baumeister, the Francis Eppes Eminent Professor of Psychology at Florida State University in Tallahassee.