The law prescribes a series of actions each state must take to turn around
failing schools, from ensuring that the schools have "improvement plans" and "support teams" to, if they continue to under-perform, assigning them to outside managers or even taking the schools over and firing the entire staffs.
TRENDY fashion label Ted Baker yesterday said colder weather in the run-up to Christmas helped turn around
a sluggish start for its autumn and winter collection.
Also, an APML can use the DSBM to assess additional I-level repair capability and/or changes to I-level turn around
time to take advantage of a particular regional repair capability existing within the proximity of potential FMS customers.
If third base is not an option, he must make a short turn around
second and pick up the first baseman.
They then turn around
and the new player puts her hands on player one's shoulders.
Based on conversations with charter school operators, school district staff, researchers, and education reform experts, it examines how some pioneering cities--Los Angeles and Philadelphia in particular--are partnering with local charter operators to turn around
some of their dropout factories and improve college readiness and graduation rates.
MORE than pounds 500,000 is to be spent on helping to turn around
failing or struggling schools in Birmingham, Education Secretary Ruth Kelly announced today on a visit to the city.
Pierce College doesn't exactly seem like a place to resurrect a football career, let alone turn around
Portsmouth manager Harry Redknapp backed Iain Dowie as the right man to turn around
troubled Crystal Palace after watching the newly-promoted side condemned to their fourth straight Barclays Premiership defeat.
Hikers can turn around
anytime when they are tired or have seen enough and wade back to their starting point.