2015 Energy Summit

 
On November 4, 2015, Kern County’s premier energy forum explored the modern age of energy, heard from top industry experts, political leaders, and suppliers; and learned about local innovation and technologies that are shaping the energy future of the state and around the nation!

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Desk And Derrick Club Of Bakersfield
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Kern County Public Works Department
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Statistics on school leaver attainment

The figures show that record levels of school leavers sustained a positive destination in March 2014, and that the number of schools meeting the target level of PE provision has increased.

Scotland’s Chief Statistician published ‘Summary statistics for attainment, replica michael kors leaver destinations and healthy living No.4: 2014 Edition’ and ‘Educational Outcomes for Scotland’s Looked After cheap michael kors bags Children 2012/13′ cheap Michael Kors today[1]. The results show that 90.0 per cent of school leavers were in a positive destination in March 2014, up from 89.5 last year, and that 62 per cent of looked after school leavers were in positive destinations in March 2014, 17 percentage points higher than in 2009/10. The cheap michael kors handbags lowest percentage of leavers on record (1.5 per cent) left school in 2012/13 without a qualification at Standard cheap michael kors purses Grade Foundation or equivalent.

There has been improvement in the number of schools meeting the PE target of at least two hours of PE in primary and two periods (100 minutes) of PE at secondary school. In February 2014, 96 per cent of Scottish schools were meeting the PE target, up from 89 per cent in 2013. Of the 106 schools not meeting the target, 65 schools stated that they expect to be meeting or exceeding it by August 2014.

There has been cheap Michael Kors an increase in pupils taking a school meal, from 49.5 per cent in 2013 to 49.8 per cent this year, replica cheap Michael Kors whilst the percentage of pupils registered for free school meals has fallen from 19.6 per cent in 2013 to 18.8 per cent.

The rate of exclusions amongst looked after school pupils has fallen 43 per cent since 2009/10, from 365 exclusions discount michael kors per 1,000 to 209 per 1,000 in 2012/13, although it remains Michael Kors handbag outlet higher than for all pupils.

The figures released today were produced by independent statistical staff free from any political interference, in accordance with professional standards set out in the Code of Practice for fake michael kors Official Statistics. Leavers are contacted in the September after they leave school (initial) and again the following March (follow up). The figures in this news release refer to the follow up survey information.

This publication includes information on school leaver destinations and attainment of looked after children. It also covers attendance and exclusion rates of all looked after children.Articles Connexes: