EAP

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AcronymDefinition
EAPExtensible Authentication Protocol (PPP)
EAPEmployee Assistance Program
EAPEnglish for Academic Purposes
EAPEducation Abroad Program (University of California student exchange program)
EAPEarly Access Program (software development)
EAPEastern Partnership (EU initiative)
EAPEast Asia and Pacific
EAPEnterprise Application Platform (software)
EAPEmployee Assistance Programme
EAPEmergency Action Plan
EAPEconomic Analysis and Policy (various organizations)
EAPEducational Administration and Policy (various organizations)
EAPEmergency Assistance Program (various locations)
EAPEnvironnement d'Apprentissage Personnel (French: Personal Learning Environment; educational software)
EAPEnseignement Agricole Public (French: Public Agricultural Education)
EAPEarly Assessment Program (various schools)
EAPEnvironmental Action Plan
EAPÉquipe d'Animation Paroissiale (French: Parish Leadership Team)
EAPEnvironment Action Programme (EU)
EAPEducation Action Plan (various organizations)
EAPElectroactive Polymer
EAPEuropean Appearance Package
EAPEnterprise Architect Project
EAPEthernet Adapter Panel
EAPEnterprise Access Point
EAPEarly Access Program
EAPExtensible Authentication Protocol
EAPÉcole d'Arts Plastiques (French: School of Visual Art)
EAPEurope Athlétisme Promotion (French: European Athletics Promotion)
EAPEdgar Allan Poe (author)
EAPExpanded Access Program (FDA)
EAPEconomically Active Population
EAPEncryption Authentication Protocol (computing)
EAPEast Asia Program (various organizations)
EAPBureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs (US State Department)
EAPElite Athlete Program (University of Sydney; Australia)
EAPEarly Adopter Program
EAPEmergency Action Procedures (US DoD)
EAPEmployees by Assigned Position (various organizations)
EAPEnterprise Architecture Planning
EAPEngineers Against Poverty
EAPEvent Action Plan (various organizations)
EAPEnhanced Approval Process (Canada)
EAPEducational Assistance Payments (Canada)
EAPEmergency Assistance Project (various organizations)
EAPEnquête Annuelle de Production (French: Annual Production Survey; National Institute of Statistics and Economic Studies)
EAPEducation and Allied Professions (Ohio)
EAPEscuela Agricola Panamericana (Honduras)
EAPElectroacupuncture
EAPEnvironmental Audit Program (various organizations)
EAPEuropäische Arbeiterpartei (European Workers Party)
EAPExpected A Posteriori
EAPÉditions et Applications Psychologiques (French: Publishing and Psychological Applications)
EAPEasy As Pie
EAPElectronic Authentication Partnership
EAPEuropean Association of Psychotherapy
EAPExternally Aided Projects (India)
EAPEuregional Prize for Architecture (various locations)
EAPEqualities Action Plan (UK)
EAPEstate Agency Personnel (UK)
EAPEducation Award Program (AmeriCorps)
EAPEmergency Assembly Point
EAPElvis Aron Presley
EAPEmergency Assistance Personnel (various organizations)
EAPÉlectroplastie Alain Payeur (French: Alain Payeur Electroplating)
EAPEdema Agudo de Pulmón (Spanish: Acute Pulmonary Edema)
EAPExperimental Aircraft Program
EAPEquity Acceleration Program (mortgages)
EAPExpertise en Affaires Publiques (French: Expertise in Public Affairs)
EAPEducator Astronaut Program(US NASA)
EAPEditorial Advisory Panel
EAPEmergency Action Program
EAPEmotion Auto Prestige (French automobile association)
EAPEuropean Academy of Paediatrics
EAPEnterprise Analytical Portal
EAPExperimental Activity Proposal
EAPEcoregional Action Plan
EAPEvolutionary Acquisition Phase(s)
EAPEthanolamineperchlorate
EAPOffice of Environmental Assurance, Permits, and Policy
EAPEOSDIS Advisory Panel
EAPEnd Around Preparation
EAPEarth Awareness Program
EAPEvoked Action Potential
EAPEmployee Action Plan
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The redesign of the senior year has been a work in progress for the last decade, with California State University's (CSU's) Early Assessment Program and Jobs for the Future's (JFF'S) Early College initiative leading the way in terms of increasing student readiness and expanding opportunities to earn college credit while still in high school, CSU's Early Assessment Program addresses the readiness gap by testing students in their junior year and using the senior year to improve their skills in English and mathematics (CSU, 2016), and the program's effectiveness has been documented in external studies (Howell, Kurlaender, & Grodsky, 2010).
Postsecondary preparation and remediation: Examining the effect of the early assessment program at California State University.
The Early Assessment Program (EAP) has emerged as a national model for states seeking to design policies that increase the number of students who leave high school ready for college and careers.
For example, California State University (CSU) campuses implemented the Early Assessment Program (EAP) with local high schools in an effort to reduce the number of first-year students requiring remediation (Goen-Salter, 2008; Howell, Kurlaender, & Grodsky, 2010; Tierney & Garcia, 2011).
The test in question, the California State University system's Early Assessment Program, is taken by the state's 11th-graders to determine their readiness for college-level work in English.
The so-called Early Assessment Program is still too new to determine whether it is working, Jones said.
Appended are data relating to: (1) Early Assessment Program (EAP) eligibility and participation among 11th graders in 2008; (2) Early Assessment Program (EAP) results in 2008 among EAP participants; (3) High school graduates in 2006-07 who enrolled immediately in a public college or university in fall 2007; (4) 18- and 19-year olds (with a high school diploma) who enrolled in a basic skills course in fall 2007 at a California community college, by subject area; and (5) Retention and success rates among 18- and 19-year-olds (with a high school diploma) in credit basic skills courses at a California community college in fall 2007, by subject area.
Reichard also said not enough local students are taking advantage of the Early Assessment Program, which provides students a chance to measure their readiness for college-level English and mathematics in their junior year of high school, and to facilitate opportunities for them to improve their skills during their senior year.
Districts that have implemented early assessment programs report that it serves a number of functions: