Further evidence Sample Clauses

Further evidence person-resolution in coordinations • Recall the representation of “3rd person”, “2nd person”, and “1st person” (abstracting away from clusivity) in Harley & Ritter’s (2002) system:
Further evidence. The Executive Committee may request a Trading Site Applicant to produce such further evidence as the Executive Committee may reasonably require in support of its Trading Site Application before the Executive Committee makes any determination as to whether the Nominated Site is to be treated as a Trading Site, and the Executive Committee shall not be bound to make any determination on the issue of whether the Nominated Site is a Trading Site pending receipt of such further evidence.
Further evidence. As this is the Secondary Campusfirst year of operation, there is no data from previous years to make a comparison of trends and patterns. The students of the Elementary Campus have been given a mathematical foundation to prepare them for the 3rd grade New York State Mathematics examination. Terra Nova results indicate that 52% of second grade students at level 3 and above, show progress towards meeting the benchmark of 75% at level 3 or higher on the 2007-08 3rd Grade New York State Mathematics examination. In addition, results from Everyday Math program assessments and teacher observations and tests indicate that 72.77% of kindergarteners, 73.22% of first graders and 78.50% of second graders met or exceeded grade level standards as reported on end of term report cards. Measure – NYS Mathematics Examination a. MethodFor the students at the Secondary Campus, New York State administers an annual Mathematics exam to students in grades six through eight. This exam is a cumulative assessment measuring student mastery of skills and knowledge at each grade level as determined by the New York State Mathematics Standards. Individual student performance is reported as both a scale score and a performance level, as determined by the state. Performance levels range from 1 to 4 with Level 3 being proficient and Level 4 being advanced. Evaluation of this outcome measure is based on the percentage of students who are enrolled in at least their second year, that is, students who have been enrolled since at least BEDS day of the previous school year and score at Levels 3 and 4. b. ResultsAlthough the Secondary Campus has only completed one year of operation, and thus does not yet have a cohort of students eligible for this measure, 6th grade New York State Mathematics results approached acceptable levels. The tables below present the state Mathematics results for the Secondary Campus students in attendance during the 2006- 2007 school year. 2006-2007NYS Math Results 2006 Math Results for UFTSCS students60%Level 3, 52%50%40%Level 2, 30%30%20%Level 4, 11%10%Level 1, 7%0%Grade LevelThe following chart shows the performance of the UFT Charter School Secondary Campus in the 2007 6th Grade New York State Mathematics Assessment. Percent at LevelWith 63 percent of students scoring at Level 3 or above, the school was 12 percentage points below the target of 75 percent proficient and therefore did not meet the measure. When the Secondary Campus Performance Index (PI) results are v...
Further evidence. The furnishing of such evidence (if any, including evidence of nationality) as the Warrant Agent may require to determine the due execution of the Exercise Notice by or on behalf of the exercising holder of Warrants (including every joint holder of Warrants, if any) or otherwise ensure the due exercise of the Warrants and such other evidence as the Company may require to verify due compliance for the purposes of administering and implementing the provisions set out in these Conditions;
Further evidence. At any time after the Loan Approval Deadline, Seller may request that Purchaser provide Seller reasonable proof that Purchaser's Notice of Loan Approval remains valid so that Purchaser will be able to obtain the loan(s) referenced In this Section 4,1 on or before the date upon which Seller reasonably anticipates that the Closing will occur (e.g., a letter from Purchaser's lender), If Purchaser is unable to provide Seller such proof within five (5) business days of Seller's request, Seller may declare the Purchaser In default and exercise its remedies as set forth in Section 11.
Further evidence. The kindergarten and first grade students of the Elementary Campus have been given a foundational education in social studies to prepare them for the 5th grade New York State Social Studies examination. While the second grade students are at or near benchmark, it is noted that there was a decrease in Cohort Two. It is important to note that the assessments last year were not as rigorous or developed as this year’s assessments were. This could contribute to the decrease in the percentages of students achieving levels 3 and4. Teacher assessments show over 79% of second grade students at level 3 and above, with the second grade students making progress towards meeting the benchmark of 75% at level 3 or higher on the 2009-10 5th Grade New York State Social Studies examination.
Further evidence. 1) If, in pursuance of Rule 50, an affidavit is filed by a husband, the wife, and if, in pursuance of Rule 50, an affidavit is filed by a wife, the husband, may within 14 days after delivery of the affidavit file an affidavit in reply thereto.(2) No subsequent affidavits shall be filed except by leave.39
Further evidence. The students of the Elementary Campus have been given a foundational education in science to prepare them for the 4th grade New York State Science examination. Teacher assessments results show over 75% of second grade students at level 3 and above, with the second grade students working towards meeting the benchmark of 75% at level 3 or higher on the 2008-09 4th Grade New York State Science examination. At the Secondary Campus, there is no data from previous years to make this comparison of trends and patterns. Absolute Proficiency Required outcome measures Each year, 75 percent of fourth and eighth graders who are enrolled in at least their second year will perform at or above Level 3 on the New York State Science examination. NO DATA AVAILABLE Comparative Proficiency on State Exams Required outcome measureEach year, the percent of students who are enrolled in at least their second year and performing at or above Level 3 on the State Science exam will be greater than that of the local school district. NO DATA AVAILABLE B. SummaryIn examining the results of teacher observations and student performance on project based assessments, and end of unit tests, we can conclude at the Elementary Campus that 76% of kindergarten students, 82% of first graders and 75% of second graders are mastering the science content. Addressing the 24% of kindergarteners, 18% of first graders, and 25% of second graders who are at Levels 1 and 2, we plan to provide additional support in order for students to meet grade level standards.. At the Secondary Campus, the results of student performance in project based assessments, teacher observations and end of unit examinations, we can conclude that 52% of sixth graders have mastered the science content. Addressing the 48% of students who are at Levels 1 & 2, we also plan to systematize the implementation of the science curriculum. C. Action PlanAs we work to refine our curriculum units of study we will develop a school wide plan to systematically assess our students’ knowledge in content and skills in science.Additional resource books have been added to classroom libraries in both Campuses as another content source of information. Internet accessibility and Smart Boards will provide an additional resource in each classroom. At the Elementary Campus, we will continue to monitor student progress will be monitored in the acquisition of science knowledge and skills using teacher made assessments and tests. The School Leader will meet with ...
Further evidence. The further evidence which it is sought to lead on the appeal comes from two persons - Kamal Lata Croney and Shainaz Bano Ali. The application relies on O.70, r.10 of the Rules of the Supreme Court which is in the following terms:
Further evidence. Evidence that thirty-one (31) days shall have elapsed from the later of (i) the date of completion of the Improvements, as specified in Texas Property Code §53.106, if the Affidavit of Completion provided for in this Agreement is filed within ten (10) days after such date of completion, or (ii) the date of filing of such Affidavit of Completion if such Affidavit of Completion is filed ten (10) days or more after the date of the completion of the Improvements as specified in Texas Property Code §53.106.