IBE

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AcronymDefinition
IBEIdentity-Based Encryption
IBEIon Beam Etching
IBEIntegrated Business and Engineering (Lehigh University)
IBEInternational Bureau of Education
IBEInternet Booking Engine
IBEInternational Bureau for Epilepsy (est. 1961)
IBEInternational Beauty Expo (trade show)
IBEIntercultural Bilingual Education
IBEInstitute for the Built Environment (Colorado State University)
IBEIdentity Based Encryption
IBEInternational Business Enterprise
IBEInstitut für Medizinische Informationsverarbeitung, Biometrie Und Epidemiologie (LMU, Muenchen, Germany)
IBEInstitute of Biological Engineering
IBEInternational Business Enterprises
IBEInstitut Belge de l'Emballage (French: Belgian Packaging Institute)
IBEIberia, Lineas Aereas de Espana, Spain (ICAO code)
IBEID (Identity) Based Encryption (cryptography)
IBEInstitute for Behavioral Economics (Arizona)
IBEInstitute of Biomedical Engineering (UK)
IBEIsuzu Body Engineering (Japan)
IBEInboard Booster Engine
IBEInstitution-Based Exercise
IBEInfinity Bio-Energy Limited
IBEIndirect Battlefield Engagement System
IBEIntrahepatic Biliary Epithelium
IBEImpaired Biliary Elimination
IBEInternational Business Entity (Cyprus)
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Formacion docente en educacion bilingue intercultural en el marco de la modernizacion [Teacher training in intercultural bilingual education as part of the modernization].
Intercultural Bilingual Education, Indigenous knowledge and the construction of ethnic identity: An ethnography of a Mapuche school in Chile.
Alcances sobre la propuesta en consulta del programa de educacion intercultural bilingue (PEIB) en Chile [Scope of the proposal in consultation with regards intercultural bilingual education program (PEIB) in Chile].
In 2005, the intercultural bilingual educational system, through the National Directorate of Intercultural Bilingual Education (DINEIB), expressed the need to include the teaching of English in their schools' curriculum.
15) The indigenous population in the country may attend monolingual Spanish schools which are part of the Spanish Education Administration, or intercultural bilingual schools which are controlled by the National Directorate of Intercultural Bilingual Education.
In "Coloniality and Cognitive Justice: Reinterpreting Formal Education for the Indigenous Peoples in Ecuador," written in English, Tuija Veintie also discusses intercultural bilingual education as a form of colonial re-territorialization in the context of globalization.
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