address overcrowding

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  • In the 1950s, the district wanted to construct a new high school to address overcrowding.
  • While most current plans address overcrowding in elementary schools, county officials have not yet addressed needs at the Middle and High School level.
  • Anime North has considered implementing an attendance cap to address overcrowding issues.
  • At the time of the purchase, the Mayor and education officials announced their hope to use the property to address overcrowding in the district's elementary schools.
  • The Fillmore district was created in the 1880s to provide new space for the city to grow in an effort to address overcrowding.
  • She led efforts to increase rehabilitation programs, address overcrowding improve health care and mental health care, expand family visiting programs, and create policies and programs appropriate for women.
  • Gunston reopened in 1994 to address overcrowding in other area schools.
  • A United Nations human-rights report issued in 2010 called on Belgium to "improve prison conditions and, in particular, to address overcrowding."
  • The school was opened in March 1962 to address overcrowding in the district's original school at Demarest that opened in 1955.
  • An administration official said the deal was to address overcrowding issues, and Thomson would not be used to house any Guantanamo detainees, which the official noted was prohibited by law.
  • It is commonly reported that the colonisation of Australia was driven by the need to address overcrowding in the British prison system; however, it was simply not economically viable to transport prisoners half way around the world for this reason alone.
  • Ida Crown Jewish Academy is planning another move, this time to Skokie, to satisfy a student body that is primarily from the North Shore area and to address overcrowding at the current building.
  • It stated that every school should have an enabling teaching and learning environment consisting of educational spaces, education support spaces and administration spaces with: These provisions failed to adequately address overcrowding, unsafe structures and fencing and security.
  • As the City of Grande Prairie continues to grow, the GPPSD Board of Trustees continues to advocate for the addition of more schools to help address overcrowding in District schools.
  • In 2002, to address overcrowding, an addition of a new wing for the kindergarten classes was added to Roaring Brook, and the rapidly decaying portables were demolished.
  • The numerus clausus is currently used in Germany to address overcrowding and protect specific occupations -- while the number of students has increased by 100% to two million since 1980, the number of professors has increased by only 25% in the same time period.
  • The Victorian Government purchased the large former private home to house boys aged from 10 to 15 years, and address overcrowding at Allambie and Turana Reception Centres.
  • In 1907, Cook County approved construction of a second county poor farm and infirmary on a site generally at the southeast corner of 159th Street and Cicero Avenue to address overcrowding conditions at the County Poor Farm in Dunning on the northwest side of Chicago.
  • The fourth service, the 139, was introduced in July 2007 in order to address overcrowding issues on the 169 and on Mains Road services from the Griffith University busway station, and links UQ with Sunnybank and Sunnybank Hills.
  • In December 2004, city council approved an order for 33 additional SD-160 vehicles from Siemens to not only address overcrowding, but to accommodate the NE extension to McKnight-Westwinds and the NW extension to Crowfoot.