Continuing Education

Business / Real Estate / Continuing Education: A requirement in most states that real estate and appraiser licensees complete a specified number of educational offerings as a prerequisite to license renewal or reinstatement.

Other Words for Education

Education Noun Synonyms: learning, lore, knowledge, information, erudition
Education Adjective Synonyms: teaching, schooling, training, instruction, tuition, tutelage, edification, tutoring, cultivation, upbringing, indoctrination, drilling
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National Agricultural Research Extension Education And Economics Advisory Board

Business / Agriculture / National Agricultural Research Extension Education And Economics Advisory Board: A 30-member board established by the FAIR Act of 1996 to replace three previous advisory committees. The Board advises USDA on national priorities and policies related to agricultural research, extens MORE

Individualized Educational Plan

Life Style / Adoption / Individualized Educational Plan: IEP, a plan for educational support services and outcomes developed for students enrolled in special education programs. MORE

Health Education

Health / Disease / Health Education: Programs designed with a community to help it know about health risks and how to reduce these risks. MORE

Nutrition Education And Training (NET) Program

Business / Agriculture / Nutrition Education And Training (NET) Program: Authorizes grants to states for a nutrition education program targeting school children, teachers, parents, and food service workers. The program is authorized under the Child Nutrition Act through FY MORE

Nutrition Labeling And Education Act Of 1991 (NLEA)

Business / Agriculture / Nutrition Labeling And Education Act Of 1991 (NLEA): P.L. 101-535 (November 8, 1990) mandated for the first time that most foods regulated by the Food and Drug Administration must be sold with nutrition labeling. The Act changed the list of nutrients th MORE

Special Education

Life Style / College / Special Education: Special instruction for students with educational or physical disabilities; tailored to each student's needs and learning style. MORE

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