Reviewing Sample Clauses

Reviewing selecting, structuring and adopting, and ensuring the quality of, the curricula and related Course Materials for the Courses in the Programs, establishing the modalities by which to deliver the Courses, and providing institutional and academic guidance, evaluation and oversight for the Programs;
Reviewing. At the end of the performance cycle, you and your supervisor meet to discuss your accomplishments and contributions and provide performance feedback. The reviewing performance discussion is a summary of the interim progress discussions you’ve had up to that point, including a look at new data collected since the last discussion. You and your supervisor will compare your actual results to the results you planned. If you and your supervisor have been tracking performance and sharing data throughout the cycle, there should be no surprises in this discussion. Instead, the review is a forward-looking discussion that focuses on what was learned, what strengths can be built on, and what areas need work
Reviewing. The home-school agreement will be reviewed biennially to assess its implementation and effectiveness. The Headteacher will report the effectiveness of the agreement to the Governing Body. This policy should be read in conjunction with the school’s Addendum to the Behaviour Policy in the light of the Covid-19 pandemic which can be found here. HOME – SCHOOL AGREEMENT (including CODE OF CONDUCT) We believe that this school should be a place where every individual is loved and valued for whom they are, is shown and shows forgiveness and compassion and is treated with respect, within a safe, well-ordered environment. We expect all members of the school community to:  Show courtesy and sensitivity to everyone.  Respect othersbeliefs and opinions.  Respect each other’s space.  Appreciate each other’s effort and achievements.  Be patient and considerate.  Listen to each other.  Be prepared to say sorry and accept apologies if offered.  Treat school buildings, grounds and property with respect.  Follow health and safety rules.  Take full responsibility for their own work and behaviour. Student Responsibilities I will:  Attend school regularly and arrive on time.  Attend all lessons punctually.  Wear the School uniform properly.  Be a friendly, thoughtful member of the school community and will do my best to uphold the values of love, forgiveness and compassion.  Be a respectful and cooperative member of the school community.  Bring all the equipment I need every day.  Take care of all school equipment and help keep the school free of litter.  Do my class work and homework to the best of my ability.  Access homework and other information via the recommended Apps.  Always complete and submit work on time.  Focus on making progress to fulfil my potential.  Involve myself fully in the activities on offer.  Read and follow the code of conduct for student behaviour as outlined in the Behaviour Policy, which can be found on the school’s website.  Read and follow the school’s policies on the use of electronic devices and school provided ICT facilities. Signed (student) Parent/Guardian Responsibilities I / We will:  Maintain the spirit of this partnership.  See that my child attends school regularly, on time and properly equipped.  Ensure that my child wears the prescribed school uniform.  Inform the school of any concerns or problems that might affect my child’s work or behaviour.  Support the Christian values of the school community.  Suppo...
Reviewing. The home-school agreement will be reviewed biennially to assess its implementation and effectiveness. The Headteacher will report the effectiveness of the agreement to the Governing Body. This policy should be read in conjunction with the school’s Addendum to the Behaviour Policy in the light of the Covid-19 pandemic which can be found here. HOME – SCHOOL AGREEMENT (including CODE OF CONDUCT) We believe that this school should be a place where every individual is loved and valued for whom they are, is shown and shows forgiveness and compassion and is treated with respect, within a safe, well-ordered environment. We expect all members of the school community to: ▪ Show courtesy and sensitivity to everyone. ▪ Respect othersbeliefs and opinions. ▪ Respect each other’s space. ▪ Appreciate each other’s effort and achievements. ▪ Be patient and considerate. ▪ Listen to each other. ▪ Be prepared to say sorry and accept apologies if offered. ▪ Treat school buildings, grounds and property with respect. ▪ Follow health and safety rules. ▪ Take full responsibility for their own work and behaviour. Student Responsibilities

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  • Review In the event either Party (the “Issuing Party”) desires to issue a press release or other public statement disclosing information relating to this Agreement or the transactions contemplated hereby or the terms hereof, the Issuing Party will provide the other Party (the “Reviewing Party”) with a copy of the proposed press release or public statement (the “Release”). The Issuing Party will specify with each such Release, taking into account the urgency of the matter being disclosed, a reasonable period of time within which the Receiving Party may provide any comments on such Release (but in no event less than five (5) business days). If the Receiving Party provides any comments, the Parties will consult on such Release and work in good faith to prepare a mutually acceptable Release. Either Party may subsequently publicly disclose any information previously contained in any Release issued consistent with the terms of this Section 8.2. Subject to restrictions on use of names in Section 8.2(c) (Use of Names), Erasca, in its sole discretion, may make disclosures relating to the development or commercialization of the Licensed Products, including the results of research or any clinical trial conducted by Erasca or any health or safety matter related to the Licensed Products.

  • Responding to telephonic and in-person inquiries from existing shareholders or their representatives requesting information regarding matters such as shareholder account or transaction status, net asset value ("NAV") of Series shares, and Series performance, Series services, plans and options, Series investment policies, Series portfolio holdings, and Series distributions and classification thereof for tax purposes;

  • Updating At the end of each calendar quarter in which there occurs any event that materially affects the accuracy of the information contained in the Certification or, if applicable, Standard Form-LLL, Qualified Producer shall file with TVA an initial or new Standard Form-LLL with such new information or modifications as are necessary to correct any inaccuracies in the information originally declared and certified.

  • Regulatory Compliance Cooperation (a) CIT/VC agrees to use commercially reasonable best efforts to avoid the occurrence of a Regulatory Problem. In the event that CIT/VC determines that it has a Regulatory Problem, the Company agrees to use commercially reasonable efforts to take all such actions as are reasonably requested by CIT/VC in order (A) to effectuate and facilitate any transfer by CIT/VC of any Securities of the Company then held by CIT/VC to any Person designated by CIT/VC (subject, however, to compliance with Section 3 of this Agreement), (B) to permit CIT/VC (or any Affiliate of CIT/VC) to exchange all or any portion of the voting Securities of the Company then held by such Person on a share-for-share basis for shares of a class of non-voting Securities of the Company, which non-voting Securities shall be identical in all respects to such voting Securities, except that such new Securities shall be non-voting and shall be convertible into voting Securities on such terms as are requested by CIT/VC in light of regulatory considerations then prevailing, and (C) to continue and preserve the respective allocation of the voting interests with respect to the Company arising out of CIT/VC's ownership of voting Securities of the Company and/or provided for in this Agreement before the transfers and amendments referred to above (including entering into such additional agreements as are requested by CIT/VC to permit any Person(s) designated by CIT/VC to exercise any voting power which is relinquished by CIT/VC upon any exchange of voting Securities for nonvoting Securities of the Company); and the Company shall enter into such additional agreements, adopt such amendments to this Agreement, the Company's Charter and the Company's By-laws and other relevant agreements and taking such additional actions, in each case as are reasonably requested by CIT/VC in order to effectuate the intent of the foregoing. If CIT/VC elects to transfer Securities of the Company to a Regulated Holder in order to avoid a Regulatory Problem, the Company shall enter into such agreements with such Regulated Holder as it may reasonably request in order to assist such Regulated Holder in complying with applicable laws, and regulations to which it is subject. Such agreements may include restrictions on the 39. redemption, repurchase or retirement of Securities of the Company that would result or be reasonably expected to result in such Regulated Holder holding more voting securities or total securities (equity and debt) than it is permitted to hold under such laws and regulations.

  • Budgeting The budget set out in the Consortium Plan shall be valued in accordance with the usual accounting and management principles and practices of the respective Parties.

  • Cooperation of the Parties At the reasonable request of the responsible (as provided for in this Article 5) Party, the other Party agrees to cooperate fully in the preparation, filing, prosecution, enforcement and maintenance of any Program Patents under this Agreement. Such cooperation includes executing all papers and instruments (or causing its personnel to do so) reasonably useful to enable the other Party to apply for and to prosecute patent applications in any country; and promptly informing the other Party of any matters coming to such Party’s attention that may affect the preparation, filing, prosecution, enforcement or maintenance of any such Patents.

  • Scope of Cooperation 1. The parties shall cooperate in the use of nuclear energy for peaceful purposes in accordance with the provisions of this agreement and their applicable treaties, national laws, regulations and license requirements.

  • Regulatory Cooperation In connection with any foreclosure, collection, sale or other enforcement of Liens granted to the Administrative Agent in the Collateral Documents, Parent will, and will cause its Restricted Subsidiaries to, reasonably cooperate in good faith with the Administrative Agent or its designee in obtaining all regulatory licenses, consents and other governmental approvals necessary or (in the reasonable opinion of the Administrative Agent or its designee) reasonably advisable to conduct all aviation operations with respect to the Collateral and will, at the reasonable request of the Administrative Agent and in good faith, continue to operate and manage the Collateral and maintain all applicable regulatory licenses with respect to the Collateral until such time as the Administrative Agent or its designee obtain such licenses, consents and approvals, and at such time Parent will, and will cause its Restricted Subsidiaries to, cooperate in good faith with the transition of the aviation operations with respect to the Collateral to any new aviation operator (including, without limitation, the Administrative Agent or its designee).

  • Compliance Monitoring Grantee must be subject to compliance monitoring during the period of performance in which funds are Expended and up to three years following the closeout of all funds. In order to assure that the program can be adequately monitored, the following is required of Grantee:

  • Advice and Commentary 9.1. The Company will not advise the Client about the merits of a particular Order or give him any form of investment advice and the Client acknowledges that the Services do not include the provision of investment advice in Financial Instruments or the Underlying Markets or Underlying Assets. The Client alone will decide how to handle his Trading Account and place Orders and take relevant decisions based on his own judgment.