The New England School Development Council in Marlboro has been hired by the School Department to manage the strategic planning process.
What does NESDEC stand for?
NESDEC stands for New England School Development Council
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- Network for Environment and Sustainable Development in Africa
- New England Safe Deposit Association
- New European Speech and Debate Association
- National Economic and Social Development Board (Thailand's state economic-planning agency)
- New England School Development Council
- New England Sled Dog Club
- New England Stock Dog Club
- New England Swing Dance Championships
- National Entomology Scent Detecting Canine Association
- North East South Dakota Community Action Program
- NESTOR Shielding and Dosimetry Improvement Program, UK
- National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service (US NOAA)
- National Environmental Satellite, Data and Information Service/Satellite Analysis Branch
- National Economic and Social Development Office (Dublin, Ireland)
- National Economic and Social Development Plan (Thailand)
- National Environmental Data Referral Service
- Nursing Education and Staff Development Service
- Net Earnings from Self-Employment
- Network Engineering System Engineering
- New England School of English (Cambridge, MA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The school was designed with support from the New England School Development Council and the architectural firm of Lamoureux & Pagano Associates of Worcester.
However, committee member Margaret Watson cited a recent report by the New England School Development Council that enrollment for Princeton is expected to increase.
The planning board hired the New England School Development Council of Marlboro this fall to initiate a regionalization feasibility study that will be completed in January.
Connelly said Friday that the Berlin-Boylston Regional School Committee has hired the New England School Development Council of Marlboro to conduct the search.
The towns paid the New England School Development Council of Marlboro $15,000 to analyze the project.