Sentences with word «agenda»

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When we make friends online, we need to be authentic and we need to set aside our agendas.
BOOKS
Ms Morgan paid tribute to the profession, but said there could be no pulling back from the government's agenda of reform.
EDUCATION
As I show in Figure 2, when leaders use the bypass approach they drive change from their own agenda and advocate for their alternative theory of action — in this case teaching math through mixed ability groups tackling rich multi-level math problems.
EDUCATION
As you may be very well aware, the ministry is the primary agency of government to facilitate development of the government transformation agenda of making sure that every district will have at least a flagship project.
POLITICS
The first is the accountability/transparency agenda, which has been transformed by a remarkable paradigm shift in the accessibility of information in a once deeply-secretive set of UK institutions.
POLITICS
Assemblywoman Claudia Tenney (R-Oneida County), who has co-sponsored some of Rosenthal's pet-related bills, said Rosenthal can push her animal agenda too far.
POLITICS
Resolutions adopted by the AGM process become a part of the BC Chamber's advocacy agenda to the Provincial Government.
BUSINESS
Again and again, comments from Republican leaders and officials in Albany have cited perceived shortcomings of the mayor during this election cycle, and by extension, the city's Democrats who they fear will set a left-wing agenda for the state.
POLITICS
However, there will be a special session in July 2011, and election law bills are apparently on the agenda.
POLITICS
George W. Bush's speech last week clarified the deep agreement between his agenda and that of center-left Democrats.
RELIGION
Some youths from Kwara State under the aegis of Kwara agenda have by way of a peaceful demonstration, reacted to a purported plot by the Inspector-General...
POLITICS
Secretary to the Governor Melissa DeRosa outlines the 30-point women's agenda Thursday in New York City.
POLITICS
At my request, the agenda for yesterday's White House meeting went from not mentioning the travel ban to having it be first and foremost
BUSINESS
«The leadership of the Mayor in putting education as a top priority and of the School Committee in continuing to help guide the education reform agenda in Boston are both major factors in the improvements we've seen in schools that allowed us to be selected for this award.
EDUCATION
At that meeting, the committee also considers any requests submitted to it by individuals who wish to address the Council on a particular agenda item.
SCIENCE
There's a clue in the name that they may have an agenda.
RELIGION
PPI-Ghana will continue to back any agenda that will propel Ghana to growth especially using patriotism.
POLITICS
It is a must-see on every tourist's agenda when they come to Cancun.
TRAVEL
My agenda is pleasing my dom top master Need training to higher levels of pain.
DATING
Paladino said the issue should not have been on the agenda because it's still playing out in federal court.
POLITICS
So although we don't if Cameron/Osborne is part of the global fascism/communist agenda, at least they are better than Labour who definately are.
POLITICS
Benny Kraut's chapter on Protestant-Catholic and Christian-Jewish relations, like Brereton's chapter, provides an agenda for much more research and writing.
RELIGION
Alberta's NDP government has pursued an aggressive policy and legislative agenda since defeating the 44-year old Progressive Conservative regime in May 2015.
BUSINESS
StudentsFirstNY has led the push to support Cuomo's education agenda which, if implemented, would be disastrous for unions and beneficial to charters.
POLITICS
We love them still, unconditionally, with no strings attached and no hidden agenda.
RELIGION
I don't agree with her, but I don't think, in this case, that there is any secondary agenda.
BOOKS
These questions come not so much from open-minded inquiry, but rather from a biased agenda.
BUSINESS
She's certainly pushing a tough-chick agenda in those roles, as well as a potential Catherine Hardwicke vehicle that would have her getting in the ring as a female boxer, so her involvement as Victoria seems like a matter of how well executives will accept Cruise romancing the unconventional-looking Rapace.
MOVIES & TV
I've learned, through years of reading avidly, that my characters also need agendas.
BOOKS
This clearly shows that it's more about the agenda than team performance which brings all these reactions.
SPORTS
Now, the governor appears to have stepped back from the reform agenda he touted when he first took office.
POLITICS
The sonogram and little baby shoes leave no doubt as to what's on the agenda.
PARENTING
We have been informally gathering with others without an agenda for over 20 years.
RELIGION
Europe's leaders were assembled for a previously scheduled meeting, but refused to let Greece distract from their agenda.
BUSINESS
That isn't to say a dog can not be left alone, but because the Cocker is a nosy, social, and «what's next on our agenda» kind of dog, it's best not to leave them home alone for hours at a time, especially during the work day.
PETS
Those goals mirror the campaign and governing agenda from Cuomo, who has tamped down state spending, offered income, property and manufacturing tax breaks, and created tax-free zones for qualified businesses.
POLITICS
It will test whether Trump can overcome deep divisions within his own party on fiscal matters to prioritize aid, and whether he can suspend his adversarial governing style and even postpone his own agenda, notably an overhaul of the tax code.
BUSINESS
Defeated leadership candidate Ed Balls, who came third in the ballot ahead of Andy Burnham and Diane Abbott, is maintaining his calls from the campaign to take the fight to the coalition on the spending cuts agenda.
POLITICS
Since then, Mass Audubon has embraced a limited international conservation agenda to complement its ambitious domestic one.
PARENTING
Aides aware of his habits sometimes slip him news stories in an effort to advance their policy agendas or «gain an edge in the seemingly endless «Game of Thrones» inside the West Wing,» the Politico report said, alluding to the frequent infighting among top White House staffers such as Chief Strategist Steve Bannon and Jared Kushner, Trump's senior adviser and son-in-law.
BUSINESS
While there have been a handful of exceptions, the unions» general aversion to actually behaving-and encouraging their members to behave-like professionals is squarely at odds with the professionalism agenda itself.
EDUCATION
They can create their own standards and accountability standards which are usually tied to their overall goals and agenda.
EDUCATION
«As a member of the State Senate, I'll hold special interests accountable, and stand up to the Legislature's Trump-style agenda.
POLITICS
Also very interesting to see Labour adopt a new mutualist agenda in public services - a philosophy of state and society working together in constructive partnership to counter the Conservative story of «state vs society»?
POLITICS
Stringer said his office has focused on putting forth an economic agenda that is truly attainable.
POLITICS
Think of yourself as the most important boss you'll ever have and the one whose agenda you actually LOVE to follow.
HEALTH & FITNESS
This summer, the opposition will inevitably accuse Harper of attempting to change the channel from its current scandals — d'uh — by shuffling cabinet and proroguing, but the prorogation itself makes sense for a government empty of new policy, searching for an agenda to sell to voters.
BUSINESS
Not only does a meeting agenda keep your discussion organized, but it also sets parameters for topics that will be covered.
BUSINESS
It was then it became clear that only their agenda mattered and they could care less if people were banned from websites by following their recommendations.
BOOKS
By setting the day's agenda with early morning tweets, followed by a string of television interviews and rallies that were televised live, Trump gained millions of dollars in free media exposure while his opponents «were running around doing fundraisers trying to raise enough money to buy an ad that could be run in between his interviews.
POLITICS
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