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“Parents are engaged through a variety of large- and small-group meetings, as well as individual conferences.”
“This unique and innovative program provides regular sessions with leading Columbia faculty and expert practitioners, as well as individualized coaching and small-group peer learning sessions with a seasoned business coach.”
“That way, all of the kids could ultimately have a chance to learn the coping skills, but meanwhile, the researchers could compare the children who had been through the twelve weeks of small-group sessions with similar children who had not experienced the training.”
“• As understood via sustained observations: The group of seven students gets additional time and attention from the teacher every day, along with small-group tutoring from a school aide, while other students in the classroom do not.”
“A number of people objected to “more small-group stuff.””
“There was strong resistance to small-group discussion.”
“Instead of town meetings, politicians should host small-group readings of the legislation.”
“One of the triumphs of "Maiden Voyage" was the way that Mr. Hancock managed to take five separate tunes, which had largely been written for separate purposes, and forge them into what might be, after "Love Supreme," the most celebrated small-group "suite" in jazz.”
“His small-group albums are distinguished by appealingly jagged melodies and surging polyrhythms.”
“Further, insurers in the large-group market must spend at least 85 percent of premium income on medical care; and those in the small-group and individual markets, at least 80 percent.”
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