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remedial

1. affording a remedy; curative
2. denoting or relating to special teaching, teaching methods, or material for backward and slow learners
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This counterfactual model again shows a highly significant difference in the likelihood of taking remedial coursework during college when comparing matched two-year college entrants and four-year college entrants, who are otherwise equivalent in terms of academic skills, race, and family background.
Indeed, on an economic basis, simple cost/benefit analyses for remedial alternatives at DNAPL sites will typically lead to the selection of containment as a presumptive remedy.
CSU says 82 percent of its lagging freshmen from 2002 learned remedial math and reading in a year - almost a miracle.
Generally, the standard for whether or not remedial actions are appropriate is whether the remedy is reasonably likely to prevent the harassment from recurring.
A civil penalty imposed to encourage prompt compliance with law, or as a remedial measure to compensate a third party for expenses resulting from the violation, does not serve the same purpose as a criminal fine and is outside of Sec.
In response to an AICPA request for an extension of the remedial amendment period for qualified retirement plans, the Internal Revenue Service has issued Rev.
An editorial in the paper endorsed a measure requiring students who need remedial English or math classes to be failed if they don't pass those classes in their freshman year.
After numerous constitutional violations were found to exist, prisoners who had sued prison officials were ordered to collaborate with the prison officials to develop and implement a remedial plan.
On the day of qualification, trainees either shot an acceptable score immediately or tried again after approximately an hour of remedial training.
Specialized courses in reading, writing, math, and study skills are being offered at more and more community colleges with at least 90% of the two-year colleges offering some kind of remedial course work (Raisman, 1990).
Rule 407 does not exclude all evidence of subsequent remedial measures.