under-achievement

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under-achievement

[ˌʌndərəˈtʃiːvmənt] Nbajo rendimiento m
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I think the nation almost expects under-achievement in our inner cities - that is terrible.
Inspectors said pupils' standards are below the national average in English, maths and science but their achievement is satisfactory because of the expert way in which the head and the senior management team have arrested any under-achievement.
Absenteeism is a major factor in under-achievement.
Ms Morris said: 'We are asking local authorities for a detailed evaluation of the progress of programmes tackling boys' under-achievement and Education Secretary David Blunkett will be asking Ofsted to analyse evidence on gender issues including the effect of single-sex classes in co-educational schools.
Barry, who has made more than 300 senior appearances in the past eight years, was believed to be unsettled after a season of under-achievement.
The introduction of more rigorous monitoring of pupils' progress has led to earlier detection of under-achievement and more effective support to help pupils reach their challenging targets.
We fail to identify many of our most able children and we don't challenge them enough, which can lead to disaffection and chronic under-achievement.
FOLLOWING this season's poor performances and under-achievement, I have little faith in David O'Leary being the man to take Villa forward.
Two competing answers are advanced to the question how to tackle chronic under-achievement.
Mr Tony Blair personally launched the unit last year, charging it to find solutions to a range of problems linking poverty, under-achievement and crime.
Progress has been made over the past nine years tackling problems of under-achievement inherited after 18 years of Tory misrule.
But their season of under-achievement continued as Saracens displayed greater strength of character to rally from 20-13 down at halime and clinch victory.