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standardized

(stan′dărd-īzd″)
1. Brought into conformity with an approved guideline, practice, or unit of measure.
2. Of an instrument, having its accuracy determined by measuring against a similar device known to be accurate; calibrated.

standardized

pertaining to data that have been submitted to standardization procedures.

standardized morbidity rate
see morbidity rate.
standardized mortality rate
see mortality rate.
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Another task group under the OECD, the Tax e-Audit Task Group, is working on compiling and publishing the requirements for "Standard Audit Files," to encourage business software developers to provide more standardized data exports for tax audit uses.
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But some ELL advocates say that three years isn't enough time for many immigrant students--who may have had no previous formal education in their native countries--to become proficient in academic English or acclimate themselves to taking standardized tests.
In general, the discussions of Black English have focused on either the linguistic pathology or the relevant syntactical/cultural incongruity represented by the in voluntary invocation of the vernacular in comparison to standardized speech patterns.
Some schools, in an effort to push test scores higher, have begun to give -- to teachers whose students score high on standardized tests.
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Indeed, in the new political game to hold kids and schools accountable through standardized tests, the clear winners are emerging from the privileged class--from those who most eloquently manipulate Standard English and are most assiduously versed in the official language of academia.
The test, it seems, has reignited a century-old debate between proponents of "progressive" education, which champions intellectual freedom as the cornerstone of democratic society, and those who believe that curriculum should be standardized and students drilled on its content to ensure a basic level of skill.
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