My next thought was that the report card
would be long on political positioning and short on actual substance.
Specifically, the report card
found that the number of international board certified lactation consultants increased from 2.
NAEP, commonly referred to as the Nation's Report Card
, has publicly reported what students know and are able to do across a variety of subjects since 1969.
However, any report card
being included in the database does not imply an endorsement of its content or layout by AHRQ, which is part of the Department of Health and Human Services.
Initially, government leaders responded positively to the two commission reports, a response that earned an A- on the report card
As you read the report card
, note that the students clearly understand two critical differences between ethics and morality in today's world.
The good news is that 2004's overall grade of "D+" is up slightly from the "D" and "F" grades Uncle Sam earned on the 2002 report card
There are three key principles involved: Report cards
allow society to impose common standards of excellence to be achieved and they provide a common information base to assess whether or not the system is delivering the results for which it should be held accountable.
Plus two notoriously polluted beaches - Surfrider in Malibu and Avalon Beach on Catalina Island - received A's for the first time since the group began its report card
10 years ago.
We are issuing this report card
on the bishops' performance because it is time for them to know where their weaknesses lie so that they can work to improve upon them.
Although the report card
movement began with employer-specific report cards
, industry leaders and policy makers have begun to realize that producing unique employer-specific report cards
that repeatedly measure the same health plan from the perspective of different employer groups may be inefficient.
In addition, CISOs from large and small agencies hold divergent opinions on the value of the Report Card