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The District Court for the District of Columbia relied on the en banc decision in Critical Mass to hold that "impairment of the effectiveness of a government program is a proper factor for consideration in conducting an analysis under" Exemption 4. (472) The court utilized that test in a case involving a request for royalty rate information contained in licensing agreements that NIH entered into with pharmaceutical companies in accordance with a statutory mandate "to use the patent system to promote inventions arising from federally supported research." (473) The court upheld NIH's determination that it "'would cease to be an attractive or viable licensor of patented technology'" were it to disclose the royalty rate information. (474) The court found that "[s]uch a result obviously would hinder the agency in fulfilling its statutory mandate," and accordingly it afforded protection under the third prong of Exemption 4. (475) That same court issued a similar ruling in a case involving export-insurance documents, finding that disclosure "would interfere with the [Export-Import] Bank's ability to promote U.S. exports, and result in loss of business for U.S. exporters," which in turn would interfere with the agency's "ability to carry out its statutory purpose" of promoting the exchange of goods between the United States and foreign countries. (476)




Hourly Analysis Program 491 Serial Key 254



25The decrease in hourly wage compared to 2013 may be attributed to the fact that from 2015 forward analysis has been based on administrative data from the 26Gateways Registry, which is a considerably larger population than what was represented by previous surveys. In addition, the 2015 report had those in the role of "director/teacher" grouped in with administrative directors, which may have artificially lowered the wages.CPI Inflation Calculator: -bin/cpicalc.pl


Just as Table 22 demonstrates a logical pattern between hourly wage and number of years employed at the same program (generally, the longer one is employed at a site, the more one will get paid), Table 23 displays the logical pattern between hourly wage and education. Specifically, increased education and experience typically lead to higher hourly wages. In Table 23 (n = 29,587; F = 694.12, p < .001), educational levels are defined by degree earned and the major field of study. For early childhood teachers and assistant teachers, those who hold a degree (associate, bachelor's, master's) in early childhood education (ECE) or child development (CD) earn significantly more than those who hold the same degree but in another field or major (p < .001).


Not-for-profit programs paid a significantly higher hourly wage than for-profit programs. Not-for-profit staff averaged $22.12 (median = $18.35) per hour as compared to for-profit staff who averaged $19.18 per hour (median = $17.00) (F = 156.07, p < .001). Table 25 depicts hourly wage by position and legal status (for profit vs. non-profit). 350c69d7ab


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