interdistrict

interdistrict

(ˌɪntəˈdɪstrɪkt)
adj
existing or occurring between districts
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The President of Tajikistan Emomali Rahmon visited opening ceremony of Central interdistrict hospital in the Talhob settlement in the Oksu rural district, Avesta reports.
The students attended biotech, engineering and IT-focused academies at Fairchild Wheeler Interdistrict Multi-Magnet High School.
KASUR -- Police claimed on Saturday to have arrested the ringleader of an interdistrict gang wanted by police of different districts in 25 cases of house dacoity.
IT'S derby time in the Yorkshire Veterans InterDistrict League.
President Almazbek Atambayev signed a decree on appointment of judges for interdistrict courts in Osh, Jalal-Abad, Issyk-Kul, Naryn, Talas and Batken regions and the new candidate for the post of judge of the interdistrict court of the city of Bishkek.
He informed that the two days interdistrict under18 cricket tournament would also start from March30 at district sports ground.
The law enforcement agencies asked the Rawalpindi Transport Authority to play its role in ensuring security of travelers at interdistrict bus stations.
In this regard the Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa decided to cut down the public transport fares by 6 % of local and interdistrict public routes.
As white students opted to use interdistrict busing to attend schools in suburban districts, which were exempted from the integration plans, Detroit's education program remained highly segregated.
The effects of interdistrict enrollment on school quality are unproven, but HB 3681 could bring profound changes to many Oregon school districts and communities, including some in Lane County.
By 2007/08, the difference in mobility rates between English language learner students and other students had narrowed from 3.6 percentage points to 0.9 percentage point; (3) Students who transferred between schools were more than twice as likely to transfer to a school in another district than to one in the same district; (4) Both intradistrict and interdistrict transfer rates varied with the enrollment size of the district: the intradistrict transfer rate increased with district enrollment, and the interdistrict transfer rate decreased with district enrollment; and (5) Students eligible for free or reduced-price lunch and students in special education programs averaged more mobility events than did their counterparts.
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