ALP

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ALP

  1. Initialism of Australian Labor Party.

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ALP (plural ALPs)

  1. (chiefly Singapore) Initialism of applied learning programme. (Should we delete(+) this sense?)
    • 2016 August, Rahimah Rashith, “A niche of their own”, in The Straits Times[1], OCLC 8572659, archived from the original on 16 August 2016:
      Rahimah Rashith talks to four schools that have carved out a niche for themselves with their ALP.
    • 2017 February, Jennifer Tan; Elizabeth Koh; Melvin Chan; Pamela Costes-Onishi; David Hung, “Advancing 21st Century Competencies in Singapore”, in (Please provide the book title or journal name)[2], Asia Society; Center for Global Education, page 5:
      To be started in all schools by 2017, the ALP focuses on interdisciplinary knowledge and the application of skills to professional real-world settings;
    • 2018 March 5, Alfred Chua, “All primary schools to have applied learning programmes by 2023”, in Today[3], Singapore: Mediacorp Press Limited, OCLC 46474542, archived from the original on 2 Jan 2019:
      One primary school that has been running an ALP for nearly four years is Teck Whye Primary School.
    • 2018, Manokara Sugunavathi, The Cantonment Times[4], number 1 of 2018, Singapore, archived from the original on 2 Jan 2019:
      As part of our Applied Learning Programme (ALP), CPS purposefully created a myriad of opportunities for students to engage in sustained discussions to apply thinking skills in a dynamic learning environment.

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ALP

  1. TTYL/TTYA/cul8r; Abbreviation of à la prochaine.