outdatedness


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outdatedness

(ˌaʊtˈdeɪtɪdnəs)
n
the state of being outdated
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Under the pressure of a general consensus of the outdatedness of the existing curriculum and textbooks and at the same time spurred by the international trend in educational reform for more rigorous curricular standards in the UK, the US, Korea and other countries, the Ministry of Education of China conducted a large-scale education reform experiment (from grade 1 to grade 9) in several provinces from 2001-2010, and, based on the experiment, it released the New Curricular Standards in Compulsory Education (NCSCE).
But an order jump, based on a complete rethink on the enormously delayed programme, rides on expectation that the current version of Tejas in the making, which lacks key features of a fourth generation fighter jet, will be packed with a power punch to overcome its outdatedness.
His re-enactment of Hawthorne's "Wakefield" is at once a reliving of the literary plots and myths of American identity of the past that manifest their powerful sway over the cultural imagination and an assertion of their outdatedness through the grotesque forms they take and their lack of explanatory power in Wakefield's suburban contemporary environment.
I should be railing against the outdatedness of a girl posing in her pants to sell records.
Mcharazo (2000) therefore concluded that the elementary level of the materials, irrelevance, and their outdatedness were the most important reasons for the failure of distance learners to use the public libraries in Tanzania.
The level of outdatedness can be gauged from the fact that many of the spinning units are still operating highly uneconomic size of around 14,000 spindles, cloth is still weaved on narrow gauge power looms, processing mills have obsolete machinery and the central bank continues to provide export refinance on products of lowest value addition.