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    Initiative

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    Initiative The aftermath of Proposition 227, formally titled the English Language for Immigrant Children Initiative, is as varied as the bilingual teaching methods it replaces. The issue of how to educate limited English proficient (or LEP) children has become so politicized that the research on the subject is difficult to interpret. However, two aspects that appear to be problematic for all of California’s school districts are the vague language of the initiative (which is now law), and the

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    Initiative 200

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    Affirmative Action Under Attack by Initiative 200? Affirmative action is under heavy attack by initiative 200, and it should not be. It should not be under fire because it serves as an act of restitution for the discrimination and hurt that we have caused African-Americans and other minorities throughout this century. It is our job to repair and repay blacks because our performance in the past has immediately affected their present status. Americans, especially white males until late, were not opposed

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    Brazil’s Bioethanol Initiative

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    Brazil’s Bioethanol Initiative The OPEC oil embargo caused many ripple effects throughout the world, but few places set in motion a response as dramatic as the county of Brazil. Brazil, a sprawling oil-poor country in South America was hit especially hard by the drop in ready world oil supplies. The county was gearing up for the transition from an agricultural and subsistence economy, to an industrialized one in the early seventies. This was accompanied by an increase in oil imports to the nation

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    Strategy Development and Initiatives 1) The history, development, and growth of the company over time ================================================================ In 1987, Andrew Young and Dick England established Kleenmaid a 100 % private owned Australian company. The companies main business is to import, manufacture and distribution of high-quality white goods appliances like cook tops, ovens, dishwashers, refrigerators and washing machines. In 1995, Kleenmaid shifted from a wholesale

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    The Purpose of Microsoft.NET Initiative This project relates to the investigation of a brand new technology from Microsoft - Microsoft.NET. The project was the final module of the authors' BSc (Hons) degree in Business Information Systems at Bolton Institute and was the suggested topic of the sponsor[1]. The outcome of the project was perhaps not the outcome the sponsor might have wished for as it had been undertaken from a business point of view and not the more technical computing angle

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    Papa John's Strategic Initiatives We already know that Papa John's is a major player in the Pizza industry but the big question is what does the future hold for them. What is the next step or steps that they must take to get a head of the competition as well as just sustain their place in the market. The first strategy they should build on is their brand name, Papa Johns. They might not be number one in what is a very large market place but number three is not bad. People know the name Papa

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    wildfires in our nation’s forests. Each year millions of acres of woodlands are destroyed in brutal scorches. It has been estimated that 190 million acres of rangelands in the United States are highly susceptible to catastrophic fires (www.doi.gov/initiatives/forest.html.). About a third of these high-risk forests are located in California (www.sfgate.com). These uncontrollable blazes not only consume our beautiful forests but also the wildlife, our homes and often the lives of those who fight the wildfires

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    The National Climate Change Technology Initiative (NCCTI) On June 11, 2001, in combination with his creation of the U.S Climate Research Initiative, President Bush stated that the United States is a world leader in technology and innovation and new technologies can offer a great advance towards climate change. As a result, Bush created a complement to the Climate Change Research Initiative (CCRI), called the National Climate Change Technology Initiative (NCCTI). The goal of NCCTI was to make

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    Ban Gay Marriage Ballot Initiative

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    problem, I propose that a ballot initiative group collects the signatures to ban the gay marriage law would be great for solving the problem (Quick Hits 7). I believe ballot initiative group would be more effective than more limited ways which were taken by some individuals with no plans. A ballot initiative group will be easier to establish and operate, and the most important is the ballot can active the citizens’ participation positively. The ballot initiative group just needs to collect enough

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    corporate world can acquire financial benefits by taking green initiatives. It discusses the views of various sections of people in the world on this green initiative. We can see how this green initiative panned through its life cycle. The main corporate companies couldn’t focus on the initiative during its budding stages. Several researches have been conducted to create a suitable model to develop this concept from being an initiative to a development. In order to make it a success it require the

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