GPEP is among a handful of programs in the nation where inmates can complete a bachelor's degree while incarcerated, Roza said, and 70 percent of students are first-generation.
Smith said programs like GPEP are critical as well as eradication of overly restrictive parole policies, employment disqualification based on a criminal background check and other practices that work against a fresh start for people like him.
Girls Primary Education Project (GPEP) was stretched over the period 1990-95, but it could not be completed earlier than 1998.
Community model schools were created to improve school performance through the use of teaching kit in GPEP (Phase-I and Phase-II).
The Girls Primary Education Development Project Phase-I was launched in 1991 when the GPEP
was conceived, the idea was that one Community Model School (CMS) would be established at each Union Council (UC) level for the education of rural girls.
In keeping with the GPEP
Report, PBL teaches information-seeking and problem-solving skills rather than reliance on rote memorization.
Physicians for the Twenty-first Century: The GPEP
Report Report of the Panel on the General Professional Education of the Physician and College Preparation for Medicine).
Nonetheless, the literature of health sciences librarianship includes little research to support recommendations about what knowledge and skills are required to function in the environment so compellingly described by leading information professionals, the GPEP
studies, and the several reports of the Medical Library Association.
report addressed the full spectrum of undergraduate medical education.
Outro resultado dessa pesquisa foi o desenvolvimento do projeto de construcao de um fator de alocacao de recursos federais para os municipios, linha de pesquisa trilhada nos ultimos anos pelo Grupo de Pesquisa em Economia Politica da Saude (GPEPS
), da Universidade Federal de Pernambuco (UFPE), ao qual pertencem os autores deste artigo (16).