raise expectations

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She said sharing individual school data across all schools had helped to raise expectations, develop greater accountability and strengthen the performance culture; | Strengthened school leadership, with a significant number of new appointments in recent years.
And while keen not to raise expectations too much, he said: "I think at the moment they are the best-performing team in the league.
Mississippi State coach Dan Mullen said that Collins "continues to raise expectations for our team defensively and is also a tremendous recruiter.
EDUCATION: CHILDREN should be given face-to-face career advice from the age of 12, as part of a bid to broaden young people's horizons and raise expectations about jobs, a he National Careers Council report says today.
GRAMMAR schools may be failing to challenge their more able pupils and should raise expectations at GCSE level, a report has suggested.
The figures suggest the manufacturing sector continues to enjoy strong growth even as broader economic activity remains subdued, and is likely to raise expectations that interest rates will have to rise.
Both Acts raise expectations for districts and schools, with the goal of each student meeting or exceeding state standards.
Economists have said the figures are likely to raise expectations that the Bank of England will vote not to inject more stimulus into the economy today.
TRANSPORT Secretary Philip Hammond avoided meeting a campaigner fighting for the dualling of the A1 amidst official fears it would raise expectations of something actually happening.
He said: "It is wrong to raise expectations in desperate couples.
The win will further raise expectations that they can match their performances of the 2006 tour, in which they won every game.