equivalency


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Related to equivalency: consultative, loose, conferring
  • noun

Synonyms for equivalency

the state of being equivalent

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To illustrate transaction costs in cash equivalency adjustments, the author collected data on 106 residential sales that occurred over a one-and-a-half-year period from 1989 to 1991 in the northern metropolitan area of Atlanta, Georgia.
public charity -- a process known as equivalency determination, or ED.
The state should recognize high school equivalency exams other than the General Education Development test, which unfairly discriminates against low-income residents who lack regular access to computers, most of the 30 speakers addressing the board also said.
EU organic equivalency agreement, it creates streamlined access to continental Europe's strong organic marketplaces, and promotes mutually beneficial flows of organic ingredients between Switzerland, Europe and the U.
James Madison University, an agency of the Commonwealth of Virginia; in conjunction with the Virginia Department of Education, Office of Adult Education and Literacy (OAEL), is soliciting information from providers of high school equivalency (HSE) examinations.
First on the list: earning a general equivalency degree.
With EMPower Plus, we're recognizing a need for stronger math content and instructional materials that help adult learners earn a high school equivalency credential and obtain family-sustaining careers.
The New York State Education Department (NYSED) is seeking proposals from qualified agencies that wish to offer the State s High School Equivalency (HSE) test, the Test Assessing Secondary Completion (TASC ), at no charge to the general public in Ulster County.
The 14-0 vote came a day after the board heard more than three hours of testimony from test-takers, teachers and education advocates who said the only high school equivalency test the state recognizes is too expensive and too difficult.
The Gitga'at First Nation and Coastal First Nations are bringing a direct challenge against the Equivalency Agreement, which they argue was made in violation of their constitutionally protected rights and the Environmental Assessment Act itself.
com)-- “The launch of Credentials Equivalency was aimed for the betterment and simplification of the immigrations process for global citizens who wish to migrate to other parts of the world to pursue a better future.
WASHINGTON -- The GED test, for decades the brand name for the high school equivalency exam, is about to undergo some changes.
We are excited to see the United States sign an organic equivalency agreement with the EU," said Kibby Mitra, CEO, Natural Sourcing.
The Certificate Equivalency Committee recently lost lawsuits filed by holders of academic certificates and degrees against decisions taken by the panel, local daily Arrayah has reported.