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public school children has been an overemphasis on high-stakes testing.
was due to a public reaction, but that an overemphasis on the changing dynamics of power relations had also occurred.
The DSIB's fact sheet points to flaws in the manner in which Arabic is taught with an overemphasis on text books and little use of resources to develop ideas.
Ghosh, who is also a mother of a Class IX student, said the overemphasis on projects under the CCE system will hurt academic system.
I think this overemphasis with nudity makes actors nervous.
In the Middle East, there has been in the past an overinvestment, perhaps, by the parties in pursuing confidence-building measures, conflict-management techniques, including transitional arrangements, and an overemphasis on gestures, perhaps at the expense of reaching the actual end game,'' Judeh said.
His book offers a strategy for avoiding the overemphasis on process by "rethinking and managing your organization's 'whats' and reaching informed decisions about which of them should be enhanced and which should be eliminated.
I was intrigued by the ideas discussed in "Body in mind" since I have long thought that there is an overemphasis on algorithms in efforts to create artificial intelligence.
Some trying to counter the overemphasis on that statistic seemed to suggest that we instead blame ourselves for the homophobia of others.
Although the author notes that the dean decried what he saw as an overemphasis on intercollegiate athletics, the seeds for future problems were sown early on.
The role of heroic leadership in war leads to overemphasis of command and control and hard military power.
The failing of Esom and, of Project Genesis, was the overemphasis on the supply chain, brands, ingredients, as opposed to price.