Essential Fatty Acid. Stuff that is a part of fats/oils and which are required in the diet for health. Includes "omega 3" and "omega 6" acids.
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ssential atty cid - either of 2 fatty acids that the body requires, cannot make from other substances and must therefore get from foods. The names of these 2 EFAs are linoleic acid (LA; 18:2w6) and alpha-linolenic acid (LNA: 18:3w3).
Essential Fatty Acids. Three unsaturated fatty acids, arachidonic acid, linoleic acid and linolenic acid-that are essential for health and cannot be manufactured by the body.
Estimated Financial Assistance. The amount of student financial aid the student can expect from federal, state, school, or other sources, including grants, loans, or need-based work programs.
Estimated Financial Aid. The school's estimate of the amount of financial assistance from federal, state, institutional, or other sources that a student will receive for a period of enrollment. This may include scholarships, grants, financial need-based employment or loans. EFA does not include certain loans used to replace the expected family contribution or Federal Perkins Loans or Federal Work-Study funds that the student has declined.
Estimated financial assistance. the college or universityâ€™s estimated of the amount of financial assistance that you may be awarded for a particular enrollment period. The EFA includes assistance from federal, state, and institutional sources; scholarships; financial need-based employment; or other sources.
Expected Financial Assistance. The Expected Financial Assistance is the amount of all other awards, scholarships, sponsorships etc that a student (or the parents on behalf of the student) may be in receipt of. This amount is included in the Cost of Attendance (COA) calculations.
Education For All. Education for All (EFA) is an international commitment first launched in Jomtien, Thailand in 1990 to bring the benefits of education to every citizen in every society. Partners comprised a broad coalition of national governments, NGO s, and development agencies such as UNESCO and the World Bank. In the face of slow progress over the decade, the commitment was reaffirmed at the World Education Forum in Dakar, Senegal, in April 2000 and then again in September 2000, when 189 countries and their partners adopted two of the EFA goals among the eight MDGs to be achieved by 2015. Türkçe
Education For All movement. Emanated from the 1990 World Conference on Education for All where participants pledged to provide primary education for all children and massively reduce adult illiteracy by the end of the decade. Education http://www.unesco.org/education/efa/index.shtml
Education for All. Provision of basic education in the sense of "expanded vision" proclaimed in the World Declaration on Education for All adopted by the World Conference on Education for All: Meeting Basic Learning Needs (Jomtien, Thailand, March 1990).