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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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The IRS must send a 60-day notice of proposed assessment (Letter 1153) before making notice and demand for payment of the trust fund recovery penalty.
This assessment of perceptions may impact how pre-service teachers are trained in their teacher preparation programs to work with students with disabilities.
provides consulting services, including test design and development, and psychometric services to states, school districts and textbook publishers through its custom assessment units.
Ready for buying with your ideal house picked out, you continue with the next assessment phase, the "appraisal".
In the square-mile section of Hyde Park township, where Anderson and many other Washington Park residents live, the number of assessment appeals grew from 17 in 2000 to 153 in 2003, one of the city's highest increases.
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.
A preschool diagnostic team, which typically consists of an educational diagnostician, speech and language pathologist and parent interviewer, meets weekly to review referrals and determine whether or not referred children need a full developmental assessment or a speech and language screening.
Job analysis stands as the lynchpin of any assessment center program.
The first four stages involve conducting tests and evaluations designed to answer specific assessment questions: "Is this person employable?
1) During TEI's 1997 annual liaison meeting with representatives of the Department of Finance, detailed calculations were forwarded to the Department demonstrating how taxpayers can incur a substantial interest charge even where a re-assessment is made whose purpose is to wholly reverse a prior erroneous assessment by Revenue Canada.
In the first direction, vocational evaluation will emphasize informed choice in career assessment and development (Hilyer, 1997).
Voters first approved the assessment in 1992 as Proposition A and increased it by 50 percent in 1996, also as Proposition A.
Smith said, "If you haven't done the assessment, there's no way for you to determine what the skills gap is.
Gould and Blackie Auger, then co-owners of Washington's Mayflower Hotel, had hired Peebles to ratchet down that assessment too, slicing off more than $11 million.
For instance, when doing a screening assessment, it's not unusual for the EPA to assume that a hypothetical resident threatened by contaminants at a Superfund site might be exposed to these agents for 30 years.
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