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disadvantaged

socially or economically deprived or discriminated against
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Money can't fix education alone, but if you're a disadvantaged school in the North you don't have anywhere near the access to [the same] funding and expertise and you can't free teachers up to attend training.
Though their focus is primarily British social work, Parker and Crabtree say that the concepts, discourses, and practices of working with disadvantaged and marginalized people transfer to other countries and administrations.
The report, Rules of the Game, by Dr Gill Wyness, Senior Lecturer in Economics of Education at the UCL Institute of Education, says that the admission process may be responsible for the fact that the most advantaged applicants were six times more likely to get into selective universities than the most disadvantaged in 2016.
The researchers conclude that at the current rate of progress, it would take 50 years to reach a point where disadvantaged children did not fall behind their wealthier classmates during their formal education to age 16.
Besbris suggests that the reason for the lower response rate to sellers from disadvantaged neighborhoods might be "because buyers used residence to infer the seller's race or ethnicity, economic status, trustworthiness, or dependability.
Further older people in the most disadvantaged neighbourhoods are more likely to be socially excluded and hence have a very low quality of life (Scharf et al, 2005).
Weatherly PLC's procurement spend on previously Disadvantaged Namibian suppliers in proportion to its spend on previously advantaged Namibian suppliers is the highest of all the mining houses in the country, amounting to approximately 66% of its total spend.
The lady health workers would visit door to door in the 12 union councils and 14 slums of Islamabad and would provide these basic health care facilities to the disadvantaged families.
ERIC Descriptors: Teacher Effectiveness; Disadvantaged; Elementary Secondary Education; Federal Legislation; Disadvantaged Schools; Disadvantaged Youth; Change Strategies; Educational Change; Educational Legislation; Low Income Groups; Educational Responsibility; Performance Factors; Educational Finance; Policy Analysis; Educational Improvement; Improvement Programs; Program Effectiveness
Living in socioeconomically disadvantaged areas is associated with increased childhood mortality.
MANY of the UK's elite universities are still admitting few pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds - despite attempts to boost participation, new figures suggest.
The Problems of Disadvantaged Youth: An Economic Perspective, edited by Jonathan Gruber, will be available this fall from the University of Chicago Press.