state board

state board

State board of medicine A state agency that oversees the activities of the physicians and health care professionals licensed in that state, assuring that a high standard of practice by the physicians and others is maintained, and that the use of controlled drug substances is appropriate and without impropriety. Cf Specialty board, State boards.
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guaranteed its accuracy Review the information on the site If there are mistakes, notify the State Board of Nursing where you hold licenses Only a State Board of Nursing can correct an erroneous posting A good time to do this is before you receive your next license .
The State Board of Education is scheduled to vote Friday on approving the purchase of new textbooks at a cost of almost half a billion dollars.
The state board rejected parts of Boeing's appeal, but it said the Los Angeles board needed to give the company an unspecified amount of additional time to comply with the new standards, which were set in 2004 and revised earlier this year.
In addition, the state must have mandatory peer review for the state board of accountancy to have access.
They notify the new state board of their intent to practice in the jurisdiction and agree to follow its laws and rules.
It is important for the state board to have input into what NCARB is doing for licensing," said Sorrenti, of Glen Cove, NY.
In separate reports by the Illinois State Board of Education, the Chicago Public Schools system has garnered less than stellar grades for its fiscal management and for allegedly segregating some of its special education students from mainstream peers.
California has been unique among the states in having a strong legal structure allowing it to require essentially all its public schools to teach mathematics according to "Standards" periodically published by the State Board of Education.
The Discovery Institute is pulling a bait-and-switch con game with the Texas State Board of Education, the press and citizens," Steven Schafersman, president of Texas Citizens for Science, told Church & State.
Poyer posed the suggestion to Lydia Acosta, director, and Helen Valantinas, coordinator, of Adult/Programming Services at Fountaindale, and reviewed the teacher's standards of the Illinois State Board of Education.
The most difficult part of monitoring a state board is to understand exactly what you see happening.
The state board includes the Governor, two members of each chamber of the State legislature, appointed by the presiding official of each chamber, and representatives appointed by the Governor.

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