grade scale


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grade scale

[′grād ‚skāl]
(geology)
A continuous scale of particle sizes divided into a series of size classes.
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pressure Education Secretary John Swinney argued the offer would result in all teachers on the main grade scale receiving at least a five per cent increase, with some teachers receiving up to 11 per cent in one year in conjunction with annual progression.
Education secretary John Swinney argued the deal would result in all teachers on the main grade scale receiving at least a 5% increase, with some teachers receiving up to 11% in one year in conjunction with annual progression.
If you have children picking up theirGCSEsthis summer, many of their results will be reported on the new grade scale which runs from 9 (the highest grade) to 1 (the lowest grade)
Teachers demanded that the grade scale system be implemented in all Lebanese schools, in addition to the salary scale law that would see their long-stagnant wages increased.
Investigator Global Assessment (IGA), is an investigator-assessed instrument measuring severity of atopic dermatitis on a 5 grade scale.
On the other hand, Berri met with the trade Union Coordination Committee, with talks reportedly touching on the salary and grade scale. Y.B.
After a user does five types of movements, including keeping their balance on an inclined floor and walking in place, the device rates their sense of balance and muscle strength on a five- grade scale.
Rawalpindi -- Final lists for the 96 seats of 16 grade scale educators will be displayed today (Thursday).
For example, the eight-point severity grade scale by Allen and Smith includes type and quantity of lesions and proportion of facial involvement, but it is limited to the face (Arch.
With the click of a button, the software not only grades tests but can specify an answer key, grade scale, learning objectives or benchmark scores, then produce statistics and graphs representing the item analysis, frequency distribution, student scores and several other test statistics.
Euler Hermes had downgraded Bolivia to a "D" in its country risk grade scale, the most risky designation, in January, following Morales' election.
(1993) looked at letter grade performance (grade scale) of the political science students on two lecture exams.