A Colorado appeals court has ruled that a voucher plan adopted by the Douglas County School District does not violate the Colorado Constitution even though it diverts taxpayer money to religious schools.
What does DCSD stand for?
DCSD stands for Douglas County School District (USA)
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- Deutsche Computer Supported Cooperative Work
- Danish Committees on Scientific Dishonesty (Denmark)
- Darlington County School District (South Carolina)
- Davenport Community School District (Davenport, IA)
- Département Commande des Systèmes et Dynamique du Vol (French: Department of Systems Control and Flight Dynamics)
- Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders (educational department)
- Detroit City School District (Detroit, MI)
- Direction de la Coopération de Sécurité et de Défense (French: Security and Defense Cooperation Directorate)
- Dorchester County School District (South Carolina)
- Dryden Central School District (New York)
- Duquesne City School District (Pennsylvania)
- Defense Communication System Data Network
- Dalmatian Club of San Diego County (California)
- Deputy Chief of Staff for Developments (army training)
- Deputy Chief of Staff, Doctrine
- Dedicated Comparative Sequence Editor
- Delft Centre for Computational Science and Engineering (Netherlands)
- Dell Certified Systems Expert
- Department of Computer and Software Engineering (various locations)
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At the heart of the community is the all new Sage Canyon Elementary School, part of the Douglas County School District, located within walking distance of Terrain.
Proponents of the idea at the Douglas County School District say the check would be worth 75 percent of the $6,542 in public per-pupil funding that comes from state and local taxes.
Virtually all the attendees, among them the superintendents of the Eugene, Springfield, Bethel and Douglas County school districts, voiced support for a so-called "growth model," which would measure academic progress on state tests by tracking individual students and cohort groups, rather than comparing separate groups of students from year to year.