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disadvantaged

socially or economically deprived or discriminated against
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Schools can use the money to fund extra teacher support for pupils who need it most or send their disadvantaged pupils on educational visits that benefit their studies.
Until Title I becomes a program focused on student outcomes, disadvantaged students will continue to lag behind their more-advantaged peers.
Instead of pointing out that the real inequalities in America today are based on class--and that the most intelligent social policy would target people based on their disadvantaged background, riot the color of their skin--too many liberals are stuck defending a strategy that is antiquated and poisonous.
In 1989 we began a focused effort to inform SAIC proposal managers of the Small and Small Disadvantaged Business requirements early in the proposal preparation cycle," said Peter Dreesen, corporate vice president and director of purchasing.
service-disabled veteran-owned, small disadvantaged
Those firms got about $100 million, or about half, of the roughly $200 million paid out under the MTA's disadvantaged business, or DBE, program to support rail design, engineering and management work - an area where costs have run out of control and MTA oversight has been lax.
We've placed a high priority on subcontracting to small and disadvantaged businesses, and are committed to increasing the number of these contracts awarded in 1993," said Raul Alvarado, McDonnell Douglas SDB senior staff specialist for the Space Station program.
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.
Minister O Neill said: "Under the new EU CAP policy framework, farmers in the Disadvantaged Area who previously qualified for support under the outgoing Less Favoured Area Compensatory Allowances (LFACA) Scheme will no longer meet the criteria to receive such support.
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.
I urge all headteachers and senior leaders to consider how well their school understands the needs of disadvantaged learners and to evaluate how well they work with outside agencies so that the impact of poverty on achievement is tackled more effectively.