Some articles on attainment:
... Educational attainment is one of the most prominent determinants of class status ... As educational attainment represents expertise, which is a necessary component of the capitalist market system, its ownership may be seen as the ownership of one of the factors of ... Additionally educational attainment is basis for occupational selection ...
... According to the early scriptures, the Nirvana attained by Arahants is identical to that attained by the Buddha himself, as there is only one type of Nirvana ... Theravadins believe the Buddha was superior to Arahants because the Buddha discovered the path all by himself and taught it to others (i,e ...
... The 1977 CAAA also contained requirements pertaining to sources in non-attainment areas for NAAQS ... A non-attainment area is a geographic area that does not meet one or more of the federal air quality standards ... CAAA established major permit review requirements to ensure attainment and maintenance of the NAAQS ...
... The report examines performance by comparing actual KS4 attainment against what might have been expected given a student’s national relative attainment at KS3 ... for more than 10 hours the average value-added performance for all prior-attainment groups with 10+ task hours was 3.8%, with over 21 Local Authorities ... passes, were greatest for students in the middle prior-attainment group (group 3) ...
More definitions of "attainment":
- (noun): The act of achieving an aim.
Example: "The attainment of independence"
Famous quotes containing the word attainment:
“That which is required in order to the attainment of accurate conclusions respecting the essence of the Beautiful is nothing more than earnest, loving, and unselfish attention to our impressions of it.”
—John Ruskin (18191900)
“Religion means goal and way, politics implies end and means. The political end is recognizable by the fact that it may be attainedin successand its attainment is historically recorded. The religious goal remains, even in mans highest experiences, that which simply provides direction on the mortal way; it never enters into historical consummation.”
—Martin Buber (18781965)
“I do not pretend that language is science. It is ... an instrument for the attainment of science.”
—Thomas Jefferson (17431826)