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Definition of "readiness" []

  • The state of being ready or prepared, as for use or action (noun)
  • Willingness or eagerness to do something (noun)
  • Ease or promptness (noun)
  • The state or degree of being ready (noun)

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Use "readiness" in a sentence
  • "Whatever your communitys values are, articulating the mission of a parent-school alliance creates clarity and what I call readiness for change."
  • "That may be the place where we can address what we call the readiness gap even before students get to kindergarten."
  • "Since the 1970s, several schools scattered around New Hampshire have placed kindergarteners in what they call readiness classes for up to a year before starting first grade; the classes are usually smaller and promote social development as much as academics."