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When children with special educational needs are included in the regular classroom, they need extra support.
Service level agreements (SLAs) around security and high availability are two components of the IT outsourcing contract that often need to be adjusted to match the industry's sensitivity to uptime and security of information.
Above all, internal audit needs top-level personnel, preferably people with graduate degrees who have the skills to be promoted to executive levels of the organization.
New York-based Pfizer Animal Health Group utilizes market research and intelligence to investigate the needs and opportunities for in-line product growth, new product introductions and market expansion.
The hospital needs a steady flow of patients, and it needs to have them treated as expeditiously as possible and with the best achievable outcomes.
However, it is essential that they articulate the general needs of the warfighter in sufficient detail so that the S & T community can focus their efforts.
The needs of university students vary from academic, social to psychological.
What is VA doing to monitor the demand in the field for mental health services and what commitment have you made to ensure the resources are available to meet the needs of veterans seeking mental health services?
The Reading Specialist and I were able to meet the needs of more students and classroom teachers through our collaborative efforts with a group of third grade students.
They have the same needs and pain points as the enterprise; they just don't have the deep pockets and the staff.
An extended series of studies have found that in most dental auxiliary programs students received limited if any classroom and/or clinical opportunities to develop the background and experience to provide services for individuals with special health care needs.
Career guidance services can also be used to improve the responsiveness of educational institutions to the needs of consumers through advocacy on their behalf and through feedback to providers on their unmet needs.