Recent Examples of integration from the Web
Our clinical patients are embracing the integration of health and wellness.
More than 3,000 girls have enrolled in the Boy Scouts of America's Early Adopter Program and are taking part in Cub Scouts ahead of the full integration of girls later this year.
Research has shown inclusive classrooms are successful, with all students benefiting from the integration of children with autism into traditional learning environments.
This integration enables Google Home to work with the myriad devices on the Works With SmartThings network, which has been managing smart home gadgets since 2012.
For Newsweek, Alexander Nazaryan looks at the history of Charlotte’s school integration and bussing programs, and how far the city and America have degenerated since those promising years.
Historians say the names often were given to Southern schools by white-run school boards upset with federal school integration efforts brought on by the U.S. Supreme Court’s landmark 1954 Brown v. Board of Education case.
Southern European government bond yields have dropped sharply on news of a coalition agreement in Germany viewed as positive for European integration.
The integration of Rising Star Travel is being completed this month and is expected to launch in the fourth quarter of 2018.
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INTEGRATION Defined for Kids
Definition of integration for Students
- racial integration
medical Definition of integration
- failure of association and failure of integration take place among neurotic individuals
- —R. M. Dorcus & G. W. Shaffer
legal Definition of integration
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