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  • noun

Synonyms for certification

the act of certifying or bestowing a franchise on

confirmation that some fact or statement is true through the use of documentary evidence

validating the authenticity of something or someone

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National Board Certification strengthens the teaching profession and leads to greater academic achievement among California's students.
A minimum of board certification or eligibility in internal medicine seems acceptable to the majority of respondents, although many expect board certification or eligibility in cardiology.
5 million over three years to support science teachers who choose to obtain National Board Certification, the most prestigious credential in the teaching profession.
Capabilities and characteristics of physicians as reflected by training, board certification, continuing education, liability history, medical records, and level of activity (numbers of procedures performed or diagnoses made).
For more information on board certification, please visit The Florida Bar website or contact The Florida Bar's Legal Specialization & Education Department at (850) 561-5842.
Board Certification by an ABMS Member Board is considered the 'gold standard' because of its credibility and the rigorous processes involved.
He said the union negotiated a 15 percent salary bonus for teachers who gain national board certification.
They will have gone through medical school, residency training, and board certification.
Reich received his board certification thru the American Board of Anti-Aging Medicine/Harvard/Tufts Universities.
of teachers achieving National Board Certification increases to more than 91,000
Applications for Florida's newest board certification areas--adoption law and education law--will be online March 15 at FloridaBar.
UTLA has also championed two other programs to develop teachers' skills: Peer assistance and review is providing struggling teachers with professional support, and national board certification has encouraged more than 400 LAUSD teachers to master their skills.
For nearly three-quarters of a century now, the most commonly accepted indicator of clinical competence within the medical profession has been board certification.
UnitedHealth Group recognizes and celebrates the leadership of the American Board of Internal Medicine in implementing this meaningful enhancement to the traditional process of board certification, which will improve both the quality and cost effectiveness of clinical care delivery," said Reed V.
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