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DfEE

(in Britain) abbreviation for
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) Department for Education and Employment
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DfEE

n abbr (British) (=Department for Education and Employment) → ministère m de l'Éducation Nationale
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Specific Energy Consumption HM 240/750 DFEE 0.65 HM 240/750 ServoPower 0.44 EcoPower 240/750 0.27 FIG.
Department for Education and Employment (DfEE) (1998), Meeting the Childcare Challenge: A Framework and Consultation Document, London, The Stationery Office.
(The Sunday Times, 2003) A previous study published by the DfEE (now Department for Education and Skills [DfES]) in 1997, which examined graduate employment levels, found that graduate employment in SMEs was 8% when compared to 13.2% of the economically active UK population (Williams and Owen, 1997).
A spokesperson for Conwy council said, ``There was an exchange of views with Assembly officials some years ago about the relevance of DfEE guidelines, but that matter has been resolved for sometime now.
But if problems persist, contact the DfEE Parents and Performance Division on 020 7925 6124.
BBC History 2000 has the support of bodies like the DCMS and the DfEE who recognise the importance of broadcasters, educators and the heritage community working together to create `joined-up learning' by sharing resources and expertise, with a common aim of drawing people in to a total experience richer and more satisfying than the sum of its parts.
Chapters cover getting started, finding a building, setting up a charity, setting up a company, setting up a cooperative, registering with the Department for Education and Employment (DfEE), employing staff, funding and fundraising, public relations, management structures and decision making, working with parents, working with the local community, curriculum and examinations, and equipment.
Nearly half of engineering employers cannot recruit graduates with the necessary skills, a DfEE survey in 1999 revealed.
In addition to the Code of Practice, the inclusion statement contained within the National Curriculum (DFEE and QCA, (1999a, 1999b), {quoted in Lawson et al; 2001:165)}, emphasises that teachers at all key stages "should teach the knowledge, skills and understanding in ways that suit their pupils' abilities", and that they "may need to use the contents of the programme of study as a resource or to provide a context, in planning learning, appropriate to the age and requirements of their pupils".
It funded more than 1000 projects in Britain guided by the key priorities identified in the Single Programming Document (EC, 1998) prepared by Department for Education and Employment (DfEE).
The DfEE said that, if the school wished to retain the grant and its Wavertree site, it must reduce the size of the school by two thirds.