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That number would not include those schools that game the system without committing bonafide infractions, pushing underprepared players through the system in a cynical, exploitative charade.
Early-childhood educators are hard to come by and consistently underprepared, so a Denver child-care provider is trying to change things with a new in-house training model.
Mr. Mangano was apparently underprepared for his court date — or, perhaps, utterly defiant.
Because our colleges annually produce the overwhelming majority of racially underprepared industry leaders in the U.S., most of whom are white, higher education helps sustain racial inequity and injustice in our nation.
However, a line needs to be drawn somewhere about what can be permissible and what represents such a high danger than allowing underprepared (and potentially oblivious) tourists into an area.
The recent political earthquakes have found us intellectually and emotionally underprepared, even helpless.
Faced with dismal success rates, Los Angeles Trade-Technical College was desperate for new ideas to help some of the city’s most underprepared students gain the math skills needed to earn a degree or transfer to a four-year university.
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