Economic Commission for Europe

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Noun1.Economic Commission for Europe - the commission of the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations that is concerned with economic development in Europe
Economic and Social Council commission, ECOSOC commission - a commission of the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations
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An organiser of the protest said they had met the education secretary along with a provincial lawmaker of the Grand Democratic Alliance and during the meeting the secretary had assured that 300 ECE teachers would be regularised.
ECE is crucial for a child's cognitive development and future learning success.
Comedy Zone said joining ECE to launch a division that pushes the boundaries of comedy while remaining focussed on delivering outstanding results that meet the needs and wants of clients.
In an interview, Letlhakeng Sub-district principal education officer Ms Chenesani Joseph said ECE was important in terms of physical, cognitive, social, intellectual and emotional developments.
ECE's and parent's qualitative responses were read and reread and initial categories were developed to identify common recurring themes related to perceptions of young children's bullying capability and common bullying behaviours observed in early childhood contexts.
Dubai Cares' Early Childhood Education (ECE) program titled "Strengthening School Readiness in Rwanda" is being implemented in partnership with Voluntary Service Overseas (VSO) in Nyamasheke, one of the largest and poorest districts in the country.
Part of Strengthening School Readiness in Rwanda (SSRR), a specifically designed ECE programme implemented by Dubai Cares in partnership with a global NGO Voluntary Service Overseas (VSO), school now prepares more than 100 students for primary education.
Otherwise, the absence or presence of ECE has been mostly registered as 'no' or 'yes', with no specification and without any quantitation in these studies.
It instructed that all ECE classrooms would be checked by the assistant education officers (AEOs) by May 16.
Our results indicate that, generally, ECSEs have higher knowledge than their ECE counterparts.
Early Childhood Education (ECE) provides the foundation for the future skills formation and investing in ECE gives benefits to individuals, community and the nation's economy.