grant-aided

grant-aided

adj
given financial assistance by an organization
Translations

grant-aided

[ˌgrɑːntˈeɪdɪd] ADJ (Brit) → subvencionado

grant-aided

adj studentgefördert; group, school, programmesubventioniert

grant-aided

[ˌgrɑːntˈeɪdɪd] adjsovvenzionato/a
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The Department of Education has published two publications today, Teacher workforce statistics in grant-aided schools in Northern Ireland, 2016/17 and Teacher vacancies, sickness absence and substitution statistics in grant-aided schools in Northern Ireland, 2016/17.
Bryan Glendinning has taken over at the Grant Aided heating Installers network (GAIN) which links professionals within the industry and helps protect the rights of consumers through grant-aided schemes such as Warm Front.
Grant-aided status is enjoyed by Glasgow's Jordanhill secondary school and many of the country's special schools.
Seventeen properties have been grant-aided in Saundersfoot since the town scheme was set up in 1994 and some 50 properties in St David's, ranging from small cottages to a large chapel, since the scheme began there in 1996.
BUSINESS in Coven-try and Warwickshire can now access grant-aided support from Leamington accountancy house Burgis and Bullock.
ie through an Irish government grant-aided research program.
Statistics and Research Team published two publications today, "Teacher workforce statistics in grant-aided schools in Northern Ireland, 2015-2016" and "Teacher vacancies, sickness absence and substitution statistics in grant-aided schools in Northern Ireland, 2015-2016.
He said it was a condition of grant-aided schemes that investigations be made to see if a new development would impact on existing businesses and threaten existing jobs.