assessment


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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.
Education specializes in diagnostic assessments, instructional materials, and test preparation products that match state tests.
Like a survey, a storage assessment ensures that the assets are inventoried, accounted for and protected, and that you are not paying continuing charges for resources that you are not using.
High-rise assessments rise, other condo types decline.
Children requiring a full developmental assessment visit the Preschool Diagnostic Center for an assessment.
It could be argued that subsequent presentations offered considerable support for this differential definition of assessment.
I remember my first experience with 360-degree assessments came when I was serving as chief of staff for Cigna.
Accordingly, for purposes of assessment, the employer is the taxpayer, and in Galletti the employer was the partnership, not the general partners.
Implementing formative factors can assist in preparing students for multiple types of assessment, so they are comfortable when testing occurs.
Assisted living's failure to come to grips with the basics of assessment is a good example of ignoring the fundamentals.
The intent is to create a dialogue about how we can move EPA risk assessment forward.
Calling the province's assessment system "a block to economic development," DIA executive director John Wilson says the association is hoping to eventually change provincial "claw back" provisions.
Justice Daniele Tremblay-Lamer, also ruled that the inmates contention that forced risk assessment violates their constitutional rights under the Charter and in particular, the Canadian Bill of Rights, is without merit because Commissioner of Corrections directives have no force of law, but are merely policy directives.
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