HSEEHigh School Exit Exam
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The hedonic value of prizes offered by such programs would be associated to non-instrumental, experience-related, emotional and personal gratification-related benefits (HIRSCHMAN, HOLLBROOK, 1982); to items evoking the "luxury" status (KIVETZ, SIMONSON, 2002a; 2002b; STRAHILEVITZ, MYERS, 1998), and which have a strong emotional appeal (ROTTENSTREICH, HSEE, 2001; SCHWARZ, CLORE, 1983).
The Stanford 9 and HSEE show how pathetically short the LAUSD falls of achieving its very purpose.
The passing score on the HSEE mathematics section was eventually set in May at 55%.
learning standards and aligned the content to the standards from National Science Teachers Association, the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, and the state standards and HSEEs of CA, FL, GA, MA, MS, MI, MO, NY, PA, TX, VA and Washington DC.
SAM Learning's HSEE prep program--an online program for math and science--has been piloted in U.
incidents were excluded from HSEES unless another hazardous substance was also released; petroleum incidents were included in NTSIP if there was a public health impact such as an evacuation or injury (Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry [ATSDR], 2016b).
Data were analyzed from five states that collected information on meth-related chemical incidents for ATSDR's HSEES system during 2001-2009 and for NTSIP (the successor to HSEES), during 2010-2012.
ATSDR developed the HSEES system to collect data on uncontrolled and/or illegal releases of any hazardous substance (19).
From 1996 to 1999, there were 23,327 hazardous substance-release events reported to the HSEES system (CDC 2000).
From 1993 through 1998, HSEES captured 406 events in which mercury was the only substance released.
Our analysis used data from the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR) HSEES program to describe the distribution and public health consequences of "pool chemical incidents," which are defined as incidents in any location involving any chemical intended for pool use.
This report uses data from the ATSDR Hazardous Substances Emergency Events Surveillance (HSEES) system and the National Toxic Substance Incidents Program (NTSIP), which replaced HSEES in 2010 (1), and updates a previous report (2).