under-achievement

Translations

under-achievement

[ˌʌndərəˈtʃiːvmənt] Nbajo rendimiento m
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A BROADCAST on Wales news highlighted the under-achievement of Syrian refugees in their quest to be conversant in English language.
In a nationwide assessment, the head of the schools watchdog Ofsted described the "bleak picture of under-achievement and unfulfilled potential" among secondary school pupils.
There is criminality, there is educational under-achievement, there is political disconnect and so far there appears to be no answer to these problems.
Enterprise South Liverpool Academy, in Garston, was slammed in an Ofsted report last year for its "legacy of under-achievement" and standards that were "far too low".
Inspectors highlighted "POCKETs of under-achievement" at the 1,222-pupil secondary school.
A shameful testament to the disinterest of many governments, it traps individuals in depressing world of under-achievement and lack of fulfillment.
TWO Midland cities are blighted by hotspots of educational under-achievement, according to a new report.
TROUBLED youngsters are frequently excluded from mainstream education, consigned to a life of under-achievement.
Literacy skills are a vital foundation in both addressing access to employment and breaking inter-generational cycles of under-achievement. (Contains 1 table.)
Summary: Maria Sharapova has vowed that she will put years of clay court under-achievement behind her, starting with victory over German 15th seed Andrea Petkovic in Wednesday's French Open quarterfinals.
With youth unemployment figures rising, there is widespread fear that a generation could be lost to under-achievement and poverty.
But the club appointed Jose Ms ourinho with the intention of ending a period of perceived under-achievement and they may be about to reap the reward.