Associate Editor for Practice Jane Erin introduces the work of Jake Feinberg, a teacher of students who are visually impaired at the Arizona State School For the Deaf and Blind, who details his experiences in teaching his students with visual and other impairments to become commuters by traveling to work using public transportation, rather than relying on rides from the school van.
What does ASSD stand for?
ASSD stands for Arizona State School for the Deaf (Tucson, AZ)
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We have 9 other meanings of ASSD in our Acronym Attic
- Avionics Systems Standardisation Committee (UK)
- Alabama Student Society for Communication Arts (University of Alabama)
- Alberta Shetland Sheepdog and Collie Association (Canada)
- Asian Solid-State Circuit Conference
- Australian Society of Section Car Operators
- Administrative and Student Services Computing Subcommittee (University of California at Berkeley)
- American Society of Sugar Cane Technologists
- Administration and Support Service Directorate
- American School of Santo Domingo (est. 1981; Dominican Republic)
- Andreas Stolz Software Development
- Asian Society for the Science of Design
- Avco Space Systems Division
- Australian Social Science Data Archive
- Australian Stainless Steel Development Association
- Associazioni Sportive Scolastiche Dilettantistiche Italiane (Italian amateur sports association)
- Amicale des Anciens des Services Spéciaux de la Défense Nationale (French: National Defense Special Services Veterans Association)
- Acoustic Sensor Suite Equipment
- Air Servicing and Standard Equipment
- American Scandinavian Student Exchange
- American Society of Safety Engineers
Samples in periodicals archive:
Alaska McLaughlin Youth Center, Anchorage School District; Anchorage Arizona Arizona State School for the Deaf and Blind; Tucson, Ariz.
Reservation-based community representatives from the southern and central tribes were invited to the Tucson Workshop at the Arizona State School for the Deaf and Blind from February 25 to March 1, 1991, and representatives from the northern tribes were invited to the Flagstaff Workshop at Northern Arizona University on March 18-22, 1991.