Dalton plan


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Dalton plan

(ˈdɔːltən) or

Dalton system

n
(Education) a system devised to encourage pupils to learn and develop at their own speed, using libraries and other sources to complete long assignments
[C20: named after Dalton, Massachusetts, where the plan was used in schools]
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The 2,650 square-foot Dalton plan has four bedrooms and 2.
FURTHER to the letter from John Smith (July 16) regarding the history of Waterloo, I have a copy of the Dalton Plan of 1649 which includes the area we now know as Waterloo.
Dalton plans to focus on companies whose shares are listed on exchanges in Hong Kong, Taiwan and mainland China and take long positions in 20 to 30 companies and short positions in 25 to 40 companies.