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Catholic Schools and Charter Schools

Charter Schools, Catholic Schools, and Crime

The Emergence of Indigenous Hawaiian Charter Schools

Developing a Knowledge Base for Charter School Social Work Practice

Injecting Charter School Best Practices into Traditional Public Schools: Evidence from Field Experiments

Academies, charter and free schools: do new school types deliver better outcomes?

CHARTERS, Alexander Burnet (1876 - 1948), sometime Headmaster of Lyall Bay School, Wellington, NZ

Accountability and Flexibility in Public Schools: Evidence from Boston's Charters And Pilots

Institutional Change and Coproduction of Public Services: The Effect of Charter Schools on Parental Involvement

Exploring Students' Perceptions of Academic Disengagement and Reengagement in a Dropout Recovery Charter School Setting

LOTHIAN, Niall (born 1948), Professor, Graduate Business School, Heriot-Watt University, 1996–2011; President, Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland, 1995–96

JENKINS, John Owen (1922 - 2008), Chartered Physiotherapist; Senior Lecturer, St Mary’s Hospital School of Physiotherapy, W2, 1975–88 (Lecturer, 1959)

The Seeds We Planted: Portraits of a Native Hawaiian Charter School. By Noelani Goodyear-Ka´opua

MACKINNON, Percy Graham (1872 - 1956), Past-President of the Insurance Institute of London; an Hon. Member of the Honourable Company of Master Mariners; late Chairman of Lloyd’s Patriotic Fund; a former Governor of Bryanston School; a Fellow of the Chartered Insurance Institute; late Chairman of Edenbridge and District War Memorial Hospital

DICKSEE, Lawrence Robert (1864 - 1932), head of firm Sellars, Dicksee & Co., chartered accountants; Professor of Accounting, University of Birmingham, 1902–06; Sir Ernest Cassel Professor of Accountancy and Business Organisation in the University of London, 1919–26; Emeritus Professor of Accountancy and Business Methods in the University of London; Dean of the Faculty of Economics in the University of London, 1925–26; Lecturer on Accounting, etc., London School of Economics (University of London), 1902–27; Chairman, Office Machinery Users’ Association

 

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So called from the charter of George II (6 Feb. 1734) by which the Incorporated Society in Dublin for Promoting English Protestant Schools in Ireland was established. It was specified ...

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