noneducation

noneducation

(ˌnɒnɛdjʊˈkeɪʃən)
adj
not involving education
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A gain of 3,300 in local government education, which includes the University of Oregon, was offset by a loss of 100 in noneducation local government, according to the department.
15) Local government, excluding education, includes noneducation administrative agencies of town, city, and county government.
Consequences of the housing collapse and recession of 2007 to 2009 on tax contributions of the forest products industry are calculated for federal government nondefense taxes and state/local government noneducation taxes, which are further categorized into corporate profit taxes, indirect business taxes, personal taxes, and social insurance taxes.
Indicators for unemployment spells in both waves of the survey are also included, as are changes in family income, changes in home equity and changes in net worth between 2007 and 2009, total level of household debt in 2007, and indicators for saving any amount in 2007, presence of noneducation installment debt, presence of credit card debt, and owning any stocks in 2007.
The faculty decided to develop a more flexible degree to accommodate both teachers and noneducation majors.
To address growing shortages of qualified teachers, while providing the best education opportunities for all students, the School District of Hillsborough County, Florida (SDHC), created its Alternative Certification Program, offering teaching and training opportunities to noneducation majors.
Recommendation 5: OMB should support a three-year study by a panel of unbiased experts and users convened by the NRC to look at the quality of RCT studies in noneducation sectors.
The remaining classrooms did not deliver the education until after the study's follow-up assessment had been completed (this then becomes the noneducation "control" group).
Researchers analyzed more than 1,100 education and noneducation courses at 33 institutions.
As one's college major is a leading indicator of occupational intention, we explore trends in the average selectivity of colleges (measured based on the average SAT score for incoming freshmen) of those receiving a bachelor's degree with an education or a noneducation major.
Research in other, noneducation schools and colleges is advocated, as is research in other types of postsecondary educational venues, including community or junior colleges.