NAAL

AcronymDefinition
NAALNational Assessment of Adult Literacy
NAALNorth American Academy of Liturgy
NAALNetwork of Alabama Academic Libraries (Alabama Commission on Higher Education)
NAALNorwegian Association for Adult Learning
NAALNetherlands Alumni Association of Lanka
NAALNational Association of Applied Linguistics (Russia)
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Following the end of the civil war in May 2009 the Sri Lankan government and its security forces have clamped down on any attempt at commemorating Maaveerar Naal and destroyed the remaining LTTE cemeteries.
Freak combines both elements from RnB and Punjabi music to create a song that aims to recreate the impact that Nachna Tere Naal had made all those years ago.
Tere Naal Love Ho Gaya is an enjoyable watch with a sweet storyline.
To discover why, the authors decided to explore three avenues--a review of the literature, a questionnaire of leaders in correctional education and a more specific analysis of the NAAL and GED databases on prisoners.
Other possible reasons for the dramatic leap in articles published from 2003 (37) to 2004 (68) could be attributed to the 2003 NAAL that contained a health literacy component and the publication of the American Medical Association Foundation's toolkit for medical practitioners, Health Literacy: A Manual for Clinicians, in the same year [8].
Naal and his colleagues reported in the American Journal of Sports Medicine.
Seven months later it has now entered the Club Asia Charts at the same time as his second single Main Ha Tere Naal (I'm With You) has claimed a top five spot in London's Sunrise Radio Network Chart, and his latest release Come On has secured a top 20 position in the BBC Asian Network chart.
According to the 2003 National Assessment of Adult Literacy (NAAL), almost 45% of the United States population (or 93 million Americans) have only basic or below basic literacy skills.
The December 2005 study released by the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), the National Assessment of Adult Literacy (NAAL) found that 55% of American adults scored in the lowest 2 levels of quantitative literacy.
In "Graduated but Not Literate," Doug Lederman observes that just 25% of college graduates scored at "proficient" according to the National Assessment of Adult Literacy (NAAL).
Adult-literacy advocates and critics alike are anxiously awaiting the next important report, the National Assessment of Adult Literacy (NAAL), which will be released in 2005.