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eBook Who's Who Among American High School Students 1995-1996 Volume 2 ePub

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  • Publisher: Educational communications, Inc. (1996)
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Who's Who Among American High School Students was a web site and publication (owned and managed by Educational Communications In. that listed what it claimed were high school students "who have excelled in academics, extracurricular activ.

Who's Who Among American High School Students was a web site and publication (owned and managed by Educational Communications In. that listed what it claimed were high school students "who have excelled in academics, extracurricular activities and community service. It is now shut down due to bankruptcy.

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Release Date:December 1996. Publisher:Educational Communications, Incorporated.

ISBN13:9781562441296. Release Date:December 1996. Education Education & Reference Reference.

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Students are listed alphabetically within the state they attended (District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia) IV Dedication V. .

Students are listed alphabetically within the state they attended (District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia) IV Dedication V Publisher's Corner .

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Given that some students start school later than age 5, and that many children are home schooled in primary divisions, a.Registered domestic partnerships among gay men and lesbians: The role of economic factors.

Given that some students start school later than age 5, and that many children are home schooled in primary divisions, a positive effect of Age is expected. If the regression is run restricting the sample to students older than 12, the age effect is greatly removed. When the sample is restricted to various age ranges (. starting at ages 6–12, or ending at ages 17–22, the odds ratios for the family type variables barely change at all and remain statistically indistinguishable.

Each volume of "Who's Who Among American High School Students" included the student's name and . Those who chose to be included in the book could also qualify for scholarships from the ECI Scholarship Foundation.

Each volume of "Who's Who Among American High School Students" included the student's name and achievements. Students could also have their photo published in the book. While inclusion in the book was free, students wishing to own a copy had to pay a fee. On November 1, 2007, ECI shut down due to bankruptcy.

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