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readiness

(red′ē-nĕs)
1. Preparation for an event or a task.
2. In psychology, the capability or willingness to learn something new; openness.

school readiness

An educational milestone in the development of a child, experienced when he or she is independent and mature enough to listen, work, and play in a structured learning environment.
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The Sustainable Readiness objective ensures the readiness of total-force formations through the delivery of required capabilities.
This is where the essential utility of the readiness visit becomes apparent, as it allows the client representative to evaluate each area through direct interaction with the CMO's employees and systems.
The work readiness topics, worksheets (no answers in book) and exercises (answers in back of the book) in this edition of the book are exactly the same as in the non-ESOL version of the book.
This article does not attempt to offer an overall strategy for the military or make recommendations for how readiness should figure into that strategy.
The Military Police Readiness Report section on the right side of Figure 1 contains a list of items typically included in a readiness report.
The online cloud self-assessment is a short and convenient web-based online assessment that includes an in-depth survey that determines the cloud readiness level and recommends actions to address the gaps.
Our main job is to plan and implement readiness training events, but we also help and assist with the compliance side," McNabb-Riley said.
NASDCTEc is also developing a Common Career Technical Core to better define career readiness for all students.
The accuracy and utility of a unit's readiness data lies not only with the input source, software systems, and resulting data, but the relevance of the metrics against which they are measured.
By 2009, the DAAWG realized that the way dental data was fed to the Army's Medical Protection System (MEDPROS), which reports the medical and dental readiness of AC and RC individuals or units, lacked data integrity.
States that monitor school readiness of kindergarten children in aggregate statewide can use the data to inform policy and investment decisions.