10% guideline

10% guideline

The standard analysts' principle that funded debt over 10% of the assessed valuation of taxable property for a municipality is excessive.
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Although the most contentious issue did not relate to the 10% guideline (i.
Echoing this consensus, Teacher 4 suggested there was a place for the 10% guideline because of students' and parents' heightened focus on grades.
In sum, it appeared that teachers may not be wholeheartedly endorsing the 10% guideline, but based on the responses from the four teachers interviewed, they were implementing the guideline.
To explore the depth of this practice, one of the probes inquired whether teachers would alter the 10% guideline if a student's Grade 9 Assessment of Mathematics score fell far below the overall class score.
Two teachers provided further insight into how they implemented the 10% guideline along with a second guideline that prevented students from failing Grade 9 mathematics due to a low score on the provincial assessment.
To explore the impact of the 10% guideline on students, further research is needed--similar to the study conducted by van Barneveld and Brinson (2011), wherein a large sample was obtained by incorporating student questionnaires with the LSA.
In comparison, Fitch's criteria for 'AAAmmf' rated funds outlines a 5% guideline for exposures to 'F1' rated issuers, a 5% guideline for exposures to 'F1+' rated issuers with maturities greater than seven days, and a 10% guideline for aggregate 'F1+' obligor exposure.
Although the fund on occasion has exceeded Fitch's 10% guideline, it has been temporary in nature and appears to be driven by short-term redemption activity.
This concentration was in excess of Fitch's 10% guideline for aggregated exposure to a single support provider or guarantor.
To address these complaints, the FASB added quantitative thresholds for reporting, similar to the 10% guidelines in Statement no.