WFAE


Also found in: Wikipedia.
AcronymDefinition
WFAEWorld Forum for Acoustic Ecology
References in periodicals archive ?
"Many are charters, some are district schools, but all have similar populations: mostly students of color from low-income families," reports WFAE. Project LIFT says they focus on this demographic because students from these backgrounds have the least access to a good education.
"She also describes to the class what everyone's doing," says a WFAE reporter.
"It just provides the language and the system for how to implement the behavior management component of it," Watts tells WFAE.
Watts allowed WFAE reporters to watch a training session with teachertrainee, Kelly McManus.
WFAE's managers and programming, news, production and
"WFAE has tackled an uncomfortable subject that affects
1st Place -- Amy Quinton, "Stage Four Cancer," WFAE Radio, Charlotte, N.C.
2nd Place -- Lynn Trenning, "Play Reviews by Lynn Trenning," WFAE Radio, Charlotte, N.C.
1st Place -- Staff of WFAE Radio, "September 11th Editorials," Charlotte, N.C.
When a listener sent an email to WFAE public radio complaining about the shortage of quality childcare in Charlotte, the station began to investigate.
At the same time that the WFAE team was working on the story, North Carolina was in the process of instituting a new "five star" rating system for day care facilities.
The WFAE team set out to interview parents, childcare center operators and teachers, local childcare resource and referral officials, corporate work-life managers, and an official with North Carolina's Division of Child Development.