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For reading, 37 percent of students ranked proficient or advanced, with 24 percent at least proficient in math.
Similarly, researchers have demonstrated that the deep networks most proficient at classifying speech, music and simulated scents have architectures that seem to parallel the brain’s auditory and olfactory systems.
“Areas with the lowest turnout, which were largely poor and frequently not always English proficient … also have extremely low rates of mail-in ballot applications,” Schmidt said.
PENNSYLVANIA’S NEW VOTE-BY-MAIL LAW EXPANDS ACCESS FOR EVERYONE EXCEPT THE POORBY JONATHAN LAI, SAMANTHA MELAMED AND MICHAELLE BOND, THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIREROCTOBER 22, 2020PROPUBLICA
English-learners are students with a different home language, who are not yet proficient in English.
Web development is all about evolving and stepping up the game you are currently very proficient in.
The modern-day mascot must be proficient in choreography, comedy and skit ideation, among many other skills.
To suddenly discover oneself proficient where failure had been feared increases self esteem and adds to the sum of happiness.
In Greek especially she was proficient, and Plato was to her more interesting than any story book.
Only the most proficient students were allowed to attend public secondary schools.
At last in desperation, I tried my only remaining tune, not being very proficient on the flute.
KARI THE ELEPHANTDHAN GOPAL MUKERJI

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