Underresourced

Underresourced

Describing a project or other activity with too few people or too little money to accomplish the objectives.
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If our police support staff are over-stretched and underresourced, we need a government willing to say as much.
The report added: "Specific challenges include a lack of recognition of the importance of the teaching profession; limited continuous professional development opportunities; underresourced school-to-school collaboration efforts which are still in their early stages of development; and weak and underresourced leadership capacity development at all levels of the system.
But the area of Sunderland's squad where they have been most underresourced is left-back.
For underresourced independent colleges and universities, especially HBCUs, the margin for error is small.
Failure to act now will mean more children coming into the overstretched and underresourced care system.
Space is an underresourced and inadequately defended vital U.
The problem of underresourced and underserved public schools serving the underperforming students is a continuing national tragedy, thus far unsolved by local, state, or national initiatives.
The server solution is Microsoft's first step in addressing the sophisticated IT demands of midsize business customers whose IT staff is frequently overworked, underresourced and budget constrained.
And though the underresourced explorer Leichhardt had struggled for funding for his long journey, with no support from the colonial administration, the modern day convention organisers have been more successful.
John Teago, Secretary of the National Association of Head Teachers said: "I think that vetting of all school workers is a good idea but there is a huge turnover of people at this time of year and the Criminal Records Bureau were underresourced and unprepared.
Almost all Arab schools in Israel are underresourced and lack basic amenities like libraries, computers, science laboratories, and even recreation space.