noncertificated

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noncertificated

(ˌnɒnsəˈtɪfɪˌkeɪtɪd) or

noncertified

adj
not possessing a certificate, not certified
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In its 1998 mission statement the school district declared that the schools' problems would be addressed by "strengthening school effectiveness through decentralization' In the fall of 1998, the district created the first eight neighborhood-based school governance councils to begin a projected three-year transformation of all schools in the district, Under the banner of "community empowerment;' each local school council assembled the principal, four parents, four teachers, a noncertified staff member, a community representative, a corporate-partner representative, and, in the high schools, two students.
The Service will then issue instructions to the taxpayer indicating the information necessary to determine the Verified Noncertified Employee Claims.
For noncertified positions, the candidates do not necessarily need to know the specifics of care, but in talking to them I can tell if they understand the standards that we are meeting.
The change was heralded as a cost-saver for districts, who could pay noncertified subs as little as $45 a day.
Certification enables companies to differentiate themselves from noncertified competitors.
More than 100,000 independent noncertified practicing accountants are professionals in every sense of the word as they go about in quiet dignity providing competent accounting services at affordable prices to their small business clients.
"There are a lot of capable lawyers who mediate cases--to either a greater extent or a lesser extent--but are noncertified."
For the 25 years of its existence, the Salary Survey has consistently shown that accounting and finance professionals who hold the CMA have higher average salaries and average total compensation than their noncertified counterparts.
If certified law enforcement candidates are selected, they should be able to start within a few weeks, Burger said, but it could take as long as six months for noncertified candidates to go through background checks and training.
A multivariate regression was used to determine each certification description's influence on respondents to (1) consider procuring certified wood products, (2) deem certification as an effective marketing tool for their company, and (3) perceive that certified products provide advantages over noncertified products.
Rauth said at this time, Worcester, Upton, Sutton and Douglas will deny borrowing privileges to a patron with a library card from a noncertified public library.
Salaries, however, may not decrease as a result of the reduction in teacher workdays or because of changes in the pay cycle for noncertified employees.