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It is also unclear how grading decisions will be made, and whether new teachers can remake the syllabus or change the weight given to different factors, like tests or homework.
Microsoft has helped create the syllabus for the students and has also made its e-learning digital literacy modules available to Grab’s drivers.
The solution was to hire a rapid-action team to digitize the entire term’s syllabus, across all subjects in the six grade levels, converting the lessons into videos that the school’s 350 pupils could access online.
Whatever value the syllabus may have in other fields of study, its use in the philosophical branches ought to be discouraged.
We are busy printing Dr. Youngs syllabus and beginning Mr. Davys.
What textbook writer would feel it safe to limit his regular propositions to those in any one syllabus?
Besides, it was borrowed from the syllabus of a degraded superstition.
We accept the Syllabus without the slightest reserve, though probably not the Magazine's sense.
But we deny that in that sense, or in the sense of the Syllabus, we do or ever have advocated the separation of church and state.
This syllabus harmonises with the development of all the faculties.
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