Disproportionality


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Dis`pro`por`tion`al´i`ty


n.1.The state of being disproportional.
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If we saw this disproportionality among white students this would be fixed.
The hypothesis of the project said: "If the average IQs of blacks, Southeast Asians, and Hispanics are lower than the average IQs of non-Hispanic whites and Northeast Asians, then the racial disproportionality in Humanities and International Studies Program (HISP) is justified.
Determine The Extent Of Racial Disproportionality In The Local Criminal Justice System.
After all, the Houthis have violently usurped power from the internationally recognized government of President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi, repeatedly targeted civilian institutions, used medicine and food as weapons of war, laid heartless sieges to several regions, recruited child soldiers and have extensively used landmines, which also tend to injure and maim children disproportionality.
Their analyses of two large groups help disentangle competing explanations about disproportionality in EL students with disabilities and show, at least in part, why disproportionality is higher at later grades.
However, if this boundary is surpassed, the level of seats-votes disproportionality is reduced only less significantly.
It flags up a raft of data pointing to BAME disproportionality in the courts, prisons and probation service, which is said to cost the taxpayer more than PS300m a year.
Solving Disproportionality and Achieving Equity: A Leader's Guide to Using Data to Change Hearts and Minds
Keywords: coaching, adapted Classroom Check-Up, feasibility, disproportionality, special education referrals
This disproportionality between what skills are needed by the market and academic output puts the world in a need for quick solutions.
Ashley has previously led from within my office on stop and search and helped bring about big reductions in disproportionality and improve confi-dence in the practice.