POLICY: Parent/Student Rights In connection with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 On behalf of Thornton Academy’s sending public school districts, Thornton Academy provides parents/guardians with all the rights granted by Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act (“Section 504”) to parents and their children who are identified as disabled.
It is the policy of the school to inform parents of decisions about their children and of their rights if they disagree with any of those decisions.
To have decisions regarding their child’s evaluation, program and placement based upon a variety of information sources, and made by persons familiar with the student, the evaluation data, and the placement options 7.
To have their child re-evaluated periodically, to the extent necessary, including before any significant changes are made to their child's educational program or placement 8.
All contestants are expected to be courteous and respectful onstage; your skit should not be used as a jibe/insult against someone, nor should you use your stage time to make a political/religious/etc. Due to issues in years past, Yaoi / Yuri will be extremely curtailed.
When choosing file size, the limiting factor is the size of the media to be used (such as 700MB for CD-R).
The standards are designed such that a certain amount of content will fit on each piece of media, with the best possible quality in terms of size.
The first part of a standards document usually defines the format properties for the material, like codec, bitrate, resolution, file type and file size.
Creators of the standard usually do comprehensive testing to find optimal codecs and settings for sound and video to maximize image quality in the selected file size.
There are separate standards for each category of releases.