FAPE

AcronymDefinition
FAPEFree Appropriate Public Education
FAPEFonds d'Appui à la Promotion de l'Emploi (French: Support Fund for the Promotion of Employment; Burkina Faso)
FAPEFamilies and Advocates Partnership for Education
FAPEFund for Assistance to Private Education (Makati City, the Philippines)
FAPEFondation Agir pour l'Emploi (French: Action for Employment Foundation; est. 1995)
FAPEFoundation for Art and Preservation in Embassies (est. 1986; Washington, DC)
FAPEFestival Arts Plastiques Enfants (French: Children's Fine Arts Festival)
FAPEFlorida Association of Partners in Education
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embassies, and asked FAPE to provide major permanent site-specific installations at these buildings.
(137) A court may order tuition reimbursement where a public school has failed to provide a student with a FAPE, causing the parents to move their child to a private placement that is capable of meeting the child's needs.
In her testimony, she offered only Angelo's failing grades as purported proof of the denial of FAPE. Calabrese's only other witness was the admissions director of a private school to which Angelo had not applied.
(9) Without an attorney, the Winkelmans, claiming that Jacob had been denied his right to a FAPE, proceeded through the various stages of administrative review provided for under IDEA.
education (FAPE) at public expense to all students.
(52) Additionally, the EHA gave parents the right to have information presented in their native language and the right to present any complaints related to the provision of the child's FAPE to the school district.
"[A]lthough 16-24-1 and the IDEA may similarly define the term FAPE, there is one glaring difference between the two statutory schemes: the IDEA permits attorneys' fees and 16-24-1 makes no such provision," Vogel explained.
En este sentido, la Comision de Arbitraje, Quejas y Deontologia de la FAPE ha realizado una labor de resarcir el derecho de acceso de dichos colectivos a los medios cuando no han encontrado una debida respuesta en su momento (Suarez, 2015).
Para abordar este estudio revisamos las normas de autorregulacion periodisticas referidas al suicidio (FOPEA, FPP, FAPE), investigaciones hemerograficas sobre suicidios de personajes famosos realizadas por psiquiatras (v.g.