Standards

According to the Institute of Medicine, Standards are authoritative statements of: (1) minimum levels of acceptable performance or results, (2) excellent levels of performance or results, or (3) the range of acceptable performance or results.
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Standards

Norms that impose limits on the amount of pollutants or emissions produced. EPA establishes minimum standards, but states are allowed to be stricter.
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Standards

Published statement on a topic specifying the characteristics, usually measurable, that must be satisfied or achieved to comply with the standard; technical, functional, or performance-based, in this context.
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standards

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standards

Standards are materials containing a known concentration of an analyte. They provide a reference to determine unknown concentrations or to calibrate analytical instruments. The accuracy of an analytical measurement is how close a result comes to the true value. Determining the accuracy of a measurement usually requires calibration of the analytica...
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Standards

Statements of what students should know and be able to demonstrate. Various standards have been developed by national organizations, state departments of education, districts, and schools.
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/21150
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