SCSF

AcronymDefinition
SCSFSouth Carolina State Fair
SCSFState Contractual Scholarship Fund (North Carolina State Education Assistance Authority)
SCSFSouthern Center for Sustainable Forests (Duke University; North Carolina)
SCSFSmart Client Software Factory
SCSFSpolek Ceských Studentu Farmacie
SCSFÉcole Secondaire Catholique Sainte-Famille (French: Holy Family Catholic High School; Mississauga, Ontario, Canada)
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SCSF initially committed to making the scholarships available for a period of three years.
SCinSF Type Predominating Number of N(SCSF) elements samples Ntot % Mean Max 1 Needles 15 49.95 13.9 233 (15.32) 2 Sheaths 37 60.17 14.3 378 (12.18) 3 Columns, Plates 131 58.70 20.6 880 Bullets (17.21) 4 Stellar, Large 230 60.43 13.2 432 Plates (13.68) 5 Dendritic, Large 115 53.88 13.1 294 Stellar (10.50) 6 Minigraupels 39 69.51 12.40 66 (18.91) 7 Frozen Drops, 123 74.65 11.36 123 Melted SC (12.54) Size at accum.occur.
The voucher intervention sponsored by New York City's School Choice Scholarships Foundation (SCSF) has been a valuable source of information about such programs.
WSF (d) Yes K-12 (h) 1993-94 30 Cleveland State of OH Yes K-8 1996-97 1,996 New York City SCSF (e) Yes 1-5 1997-98 1,200 Dayton PACE (f) Yes K-12 1998-99 542 Florida State of FL Yes K-12 1999-00 146 Charlotte CSF (g) Yes 2-8 1999-00 388 National CSF (g) Yes K-12 (i) 1997-98 1,000 City or 2000-01 Number of Maximum Selection State Enrollment Schools Payment in Method 2000-01 2000-01 Dollars Milwaukee 9,638 103 5,326 Lottery Indianapolis 2,387 82 1,000 First-come Milwaukee 819 52 1,000/elem.
* A study of chip mills was conducted by the Southern Center for Sustainable Forests (SCSF), which is a group of scientists at Duke University, North Carolina State University, and the North Carolina Division of Forest Resources.
In February 1997, the School Choice Scholarship Foundation (SCSF) in New York City announced that it would provide up to $1,400 scholarships for at least three years to 1,300 public school children from low-income families to help provide an opportunity to attend private schools, both religious and secular.
To see whether students actually learn more as a result of attending a private school, my colleagues and I are currently evaluating a school- choice pilot program in New York City funded by the School Choice Scholarships Foundation (SCSF).