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the act or result of judging the worth or value of something or someone

a compulsory contribution, usually of money, that is required for the support of a government

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Presently, ADI provides web-based assessment applications in Idaho, Indiana and Mississippi for several of their state-wide summative assessment programs.
Storage assessment and optimization has been my occupational "hobby" for several years.
Moreover, assessments and learning goals should be tied to a school's mission and individual programs; thus, they will vary from school to school.
Even without an increase in the tax rate, steep increases in assessments may lead to significantly higher property tax bills.
It is designed to help condominium, co-op and planned unit development (PUD) boards and property managers benchmark their association's financial condition, calculate assessments and necessary replacement reserves, and evaluate budgets.
Assessments address five areas: social/emotional skills, gross and fine motor skills, receptive and expressive language, cognition and adaptive skills.
Since then, I've experienced several similar exercises and recently began completing various assessments with Marvin S.
Hence, this type continues to be anxiety ridden when assessments are administered.
You really can't overemphasize the importance of resident assessment in managing long-term care communities.
The OMB's focus on risk assessment galvanized EPA officials, who, at the urging of Paul Gilman, science advisor for the EPA and assistant administrator of the EPA Office of Research and Development, convened a task force to review how risk assessments were being performed at the agency.
The challenge to mandatory risk assessments was brought to the court by the Inmate Welfare Committee at B.
Counselors need to learn ab out and include such contextual factors in their career assessments in order to develop effective intervention strategies to help clients constructively negotiate career/education barriers and expand their career-related learning opportunities.
First, in-context assessments produce results that hold a high degree of face validity for the client, thus increasing compliance and follow through.
Assessments will primarily address employment issues, but will also include other community environments utilized by consumers.
When Sylvia Gross reads her property tax bill each year, she's upset and confused by the growing array of special taxes and assessments tacked on to it.
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