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June 12, 2006: Two offences of failing to ensure a child attends school.
Hayley Radbourne, aged 20, of Adelaide Street, Hillfields, Coventry, two counts of failing to comply with a community order, community order extended by three months with supervision.
* failing to label drums in the storage areas with the date when waste was first stored in them
They were not, however, subject to a specific penalty for failing to do so.
Sequestered in a section of the fourth floor are the 100 or so statisticians, experts in school leadership and others--about 7 percent of the department's staff--in charge of the department's most important work under NCLB: identifying and turning around California public schools that are failing to educate their students effectively.
Three recently reported studies of partial or single-drug interruption indicate that a failing drug may not be completely devoid of activity in patients whose virus carries resistance-associated mutations to that drug.
Sarah Louise Wood, 24, of Vicarage Drive, Marske, was banned from driving for six months and fined pounds 200 for driving without a licence, failing to produce a licence, driving without insurance, failing to produce an insurance certificate, having no test certificate and failing to produce a test certificate.
She was given supervision and tuition after failing her first total patient care assessment in April 1999.
* In the fifth consecutive year of failure, the governance of the failing school must be changed--for example, by converting it to a charter school, turning it over to a private management company, or having the state take it over.
Each of us can recall a time in our lives when we were paralyzed to act for fear of failing. This fear was probably the result of attempting something for the first time.
(States were already required to test students once in high school.) States must also establish a definition of a failing school that meets federal guidelines.