The obvious answer, of course, is for more trade schools which can truly cater to the real needs of potential drop-out
LIVERPOOL'S reputation as a "world-class" place to study was today boosted by a reduction in university drop-outs
across the city.
A model centre will be created in a first stage for young drop-outs
between the ages of 16 and 25 by providing an adequate training to this category that meets their needs before generalise it later to other governorates where the rate of dropouts is high, the press release specifies.
England had defended well on the wrong end of five consecutive penalties and three goal-line drop-outs
, but the dam eventually burst six minutes before the break.
This ensures the strongest signal, highest throughput and least interference, enabling Ola Cabs staff to on-board vehicles over the Wi-Fi network quickly and efficiently, without the fear of drop-outs
Everton will probably need to avoid defeat in Wolfsburg if they are to secure top spot in their group and avoid Champions League Champions League drop-outs
in the last 32.
Now, aged 19, they are working-class school drop-outs
enjoying a life of casual sex, drug use and theft in Montreal.
I'm one of the vast majority of MOOC drop-outs
, but in my case my course abandonment had two causes:
The home side had the better of the opening stages after Brett Robinson had forced two goal-line drop-outs
with testing grubbers, but on no occasion did they look like converting possession into points.
Priority will be given to youth who are school drop-outs
, have studied up to 10th class or 12th class and those who are college drop-outs
Accommodating a wide input range from 16 V to 160 VDC, the RUW Series has a high immunity to input surges and is able to "ride-through" drop-outs
of indefinite duration across the input range by addition of a relatively small external capacitor.
Alan Pardew's men will now have to win in Bordeaux on December 6 if they are to snatch back top spot in the group, with much resting on that outcome as the Champions League drop-outs
prepare to enter the competition in the new year.
Eight-year-old newcomer Quvenzhane Wallis is the precocious Hushpuppy who lives in a New Orleans swamp called The Bathtub with her alcoholic dad, plus a ragtag of drunks and drop-outs
This paper focuses on predicting drop-outs
and school failures when student data has been enriched with data derived from students social behaviour.
Let's say the average patient spends about 20 [pounds sterling] a month on contact lenses, and all told they're generating 15k [pounds sterling] profit--however, if you suffer 30% in drop-outs
, that's costing you 5,000 [pounds sterling] per 100 patients, around 50 [pounds sterling] per patient.