Assessment
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Assessment

“Assessment” means the determination of a person's need for Covered Services. It involves the collection and evaluation of data pertinent to the person's history and current problem(s) obtained through interview, observation, and record review.

Assessment

Another word for "test." Under No Child Left Behind, tests are aligned with academic standards. Beginning in the 2002-03 school year, schools must administer tests in each of three grade spans: grades 3-5, grades 6-9, and grades 10-12 in all schools. Beginning in the 2005-06 school year, tests must be administered every year in grades 3 through 8 in math and reading. Beginning in the 2007-08 school year, science achievement must also be tested.

Assessment

To evaluate the worth, significance, or status of something; especially to give an expert judgment of the value or merit of something. 

Assessment

A levy that may be made on assessable policies by mutual and reciprocal insurance carriers in calling for additional premiums from policyholders or members in the event that the available funds are not sufficient to pay all outstanding losses and expenses or when the financial structure of the organization is impaired.

Assessment

The amount of tax due to local government. May also refer to the amount due to local government or to common owners of a property (e.g., a homeowner’s association) for a special payment to cover expenses for improvements or maintenance, such as new sewers or roads.

Assessment

Process of identifying: a) a person's strengths, preferences, functional skills and need for support and services; b) the extent to which natural supports and informal providers are able to meet the person's need for support and services; and c) the extent to which human services agencies and providers are able to provide or develop needed support or services.

Assessment
"Assessment" means moneys to be collected as authorized by this chapter.
Assessment
"Assessment" means a determination as to the proper rate of tax, the measure to which the tax rate is applied, and ultimately the amount of tax, including additional or omitted tax, that is due. An assessment shall include a written assessment made pursuant to notice by the assessing official or a self-assessment made by a taxpayer upon the filing of a return or otherwise not pursuant to notice. Assessments shall be deemed made by an assessing official when a written notice of assessment is delivered to the taxpayer by the assessing official or an employee of the assessing official, or mailed to the taxpayer at his last known address. Self-assessments shall be deemed made when a return is filed, or if no return is required, when the tax is paid. A return filed or tax paid before the last day prescribed by ordinance for the filing or payment thereof shall be deemed to be filed or paid on the last day specified for the filing of a return or the payment of tax, as the case may be.
Assessment

"Assessment" means any charge imposed or levied by the association of unit owners on or against a unit owner or unit pursuant to provisions of the declaration or the bylaws of the condominium or provisions of ORS 100.005 (Definitions) to 100.910 (Use of fees).

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Assessment has been defined 49 different ways in documents like Core Contract, No Child Left Behind Glossary of Terms, OPSEC Glossary of Terms, and 7 more.

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