Inadequate Sample Clauses

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Inadequate.  The governance of the school: is inadequate because the governing body has failed to hold leaders to account for their actions. Action: Improve governance by: guaranteeing that the extra funding from the Pupil Premium is spent exclusively in supporting those pupils for whom it is intended.  Governors have not checked data on the school’s performance well enough. They have limited understanding of how pupil premium funding has been used to accelerate the progress of those pupils eligible and therefore have not held senior leaders or teachers to account for their performance.  The governing body manages the school’s finances efficiently, but it has not evaluated the impact of the pupil premium funding on the achievement of the pupils for whom it is intended.  The governing body receives detailed information about the way that the pupil premium funding is spent and on the progress of pupils eligible for this funding, but the deputy headteacher’s reports are not presented in a format that provides governors with a clear analysis of how many pupils are making accelerated progress. School action Schools need to ensure an audit trail setting out how decisions were made regarding prioritising and putting in place action to reduce gaps in attainment between pupils eligible for PP and their peers and the impact it has had on learning outcomes. In order to enable this, robust assessment and progress tracking procedures are needed to facilitate the identification of under-performing pupils and then target interventions and support to accelerate progress towards age-related expectations. Questions school may want to consider when planning how to use their pupil premium could include:  How does the progress of pupils eligible for PP compare to their peers? (School tracking system)  How does the rate of progress of pupils eligible for PP compare with other schools? (RAISEonline)  How does the school decide on the action it needs to take to increase the rate of progress for pupils eligible for PP (research, case studies, etc.)  How measurably effective are the interventions the school has used to narrow gaps in attainment for learners eligible for PP? (Rate of progress using National curriculum attainments, Assessing Pupil Progress, P levels, Standardised tests results, Progression Guidance materials, Transition Analysis from RAISAE online etc.)  How does the school currently provide information on its use of PP with parents? (Website, PP policy and direct maili...
Inadequate. These papers show a failed attempt to engage the issue defined in the prompt, lack support, and are absent of any connections to learning and teaching. The problems with organization or language are so severe as to make the writer’s ideas very difficult to follow.
Inadequate. If with respect to any proposed Eurodollar Advance for any Interest Period, the Administrative Agent determines after consultation with the Lenders that deposits in dollars (in the applicable amount) are not being offered to each of the Lenders in the relevant market for such Interest Period, and are thus not available, the Administrative Agent shall forthwith give notice thereof to the Borrower and the Lenders, whereupon until the Administrative Agent notifies the Borrower that the circumstances giving rise to such situation no longer exist, the obligations of any affected Lender to make such Eurodollar Advance shall be suspended.

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  • Irreparable Harm It is mutually agreed the breach of this Contract on Contractor’s part shall result in irreparable and continuing damage to MPS for which money damages may not provide adequate relief. Therefore, the breach of this Contract on Contractor’s part shall entitle MPS to both preliminary and permanent injunctive relief and money damages insofar as they can be determined under the circumstances.

  • Irreparable Injury The Parties acknowledge that either Party’s breach of this Article 11 would cause the other Party irreparable injury for which it would not have an adequate remedy at law. In the event of a breach, the nonbreaching Party may seek injunctive relief, whether preliminary or permanent, in addition to any other remedies it may have at law or in equity, without necessity of posting a bond.

  • No Adequate Remedy The parties declare that it is impossible to measure in money the damages which will accrue to either party by reason of a failure to perform any of the obligations under this Agreement and therefore injunctive relief is appropriate. Therefore, if either party shall institute any action or proceeding to enforce the provisions hereof, such party against whom such action or proceeding is brought hereby waives the claim or defense that such party has an adequate remedy at law, and such party shall not urge in any such action or proceeding the claim or defense that such party has an adequate remedy at law.

  • Damages Should the registration or the effectiveness thereof required by Sections 5.1 and 5.2 hereof be delayed by the Company or the Company otherwise fails to comply with such provisions, the Holder(s) shall, in addition to any other legal or other relief available to the Holder(s), be entitled to obtain specific performance or other equitable (including injunctive) relief against the threatened breach of such provisions or the continuation of any such breach, without the necessity of proving actual damages and without the necessity of posting bond or other security.

  • Remedy Except as provided by the Act and this Agreement, arbitration will be the sole, exclusive, and final remedy for any dispute between Executive and the Company. Accordingly, except as provided for by the Act and this Agreement, neither Executive nor the Company will be permitted to pursue court action regarding claims that are subject to arbitration.

  • Breach A breach of the contract clauses above may be grounds for termination of the contract, and for debarment as a contractor and subcontractor as provided in 29 C.F.R. § 5.12.

  • Breaches In the event of any alleged breach of this Appendix the matter shall be referred to the Disputes Board in accordance with Clause 12.2.7 of this Agreement.

  • Damage Risk of loss up to and including the Closing Date shall be borne by Sellers except as expressly set forth herein. In the event of any material damage to or destruction of the Property or any portion thereof, Buyer may, at its option, by notice to Sellers (with a copy to Escrow Holder) given within ten (10) Business Days after Sellers notify Buyer in writing of such damage or destruction (and if necessary the Closing Date shall be extended to give Buyer the full 10-day period to make such election): (i) terminate this Agreement, in which event Escrow Holder shall, upon receipt of Buyer’s notice to terminate this Agreement, return the Deposit to Buyer and the parties shall have no further obligations hereunder (except the indemnity obligations of each party, which shall survive indefinitely and any other obligations set forth herein which expressly survive the termination of this Agreement), or (ii) proceed under this Agreement with no adjustment of the Purchase Price, receive any insurance proceeds (including any rent loss insurance applicable to any period on and after the Closing Date) due Sellers as a result of such damage or destruction and assume responsibility for such repair, and Buyer shall receive a credit at Closing for any deductible amount under said insurance policies and any uninsured or underinsured loss. If Buyer elects (ii) above, Sellers will cooperate with Buyer in obtaining the insurance proceeds and such agreements from Sellers’ insurers. If the Property is not materially damaged, then the parties shall proceed to Closing as provided in clause (ii) above. “Material damage” and “Materially damaged” means damage (w) resulting in the Property not complying with all legal requirements applicable to the Property, (x) reasonably exceeding $300,000 or (y) that entitles any tenant of the Property to terminate its Lease, or (z) which, in Buyer’s or Sellers’ reasonable estimation, will take longer than 120 days to repair.

  • Breach by Executive Executive is obligated under this Agreement to render services of a special, unique, unusual, extraordinary, and intellectual character, which give this Agreement particular value. The loss of these services cannot be reasonably or adequately compensated in damages in an action at law. Accordingly, in addition to other remedies provided by law or this Agreement, Employer shall have the right during the Term and any period of non-competition governed by this Agreement, to seek injunctive relief against breach or threatened breach of this Agreement by Executive or the performance of services, or threatened performance of services, by Executive in violation of this Agreement, or both. This Section is not meant to limit the damages the Employer may pursue and is not meant to be an exhaustive list of the relief available to the Employer.

  • Monetary In consideration of, and in full payment for, the Services, the Company hereby agrees to issue to Consultant, subject to the provisions of this paragraph, an aggregate of 50,000 shares of the Company’s common stock, $.001 par value per share (the “Shares”); provided, however, that prior to issuance of any of the Shares, the Company shall file with the Securities and Exchange Commission a registration statement on Form S-8 with respect to the Shares.

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