The National Center for the Dissemination of Disability Research (NCDDR) at Southwest Educational Development Laboratory (SEDL) recently announced that it has developed a disability subgroup.
What does SEDL stand for?
SEDL stands for Southwest Educational Development Laboratory
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- Scottish Eating Disorder Interest Group (UK)
- Stanford Enneagram Discovery Inventory and Guide (psychology; book)
- Service d'Échange et de Diffusion d'Images Médicales Européen (French)
- Science Education Development Institute (Nigeria)
- Secondary Education Development and Improvement Project (Philippines)
- Site Exercise Data Injection System
- Semiotic Enterprise Design for Information Technology Applications (conference)
- Service de l'Exécution des Décisions de Justice (French: Service for the Execution of Decisions of Justice)
- Sedimentology Log (oil exploration)
- Software Engineering Design Language (programming)
- Sectoral Employment Development Learning Project
- Stay Evil and Don't Let the Bed-Bugs Bite
- Southeast Europe Defense Ministerials
- Sovereignty Education and Defense Ministry (religion)
- State-Based Energy Dissipation Model
- State/EPA Data Management
- Survey Electronics Distance Measuring Equipment
- Survey Equipment, Distance-Measuring, Electronic (Medium-Range)
- Systems Engineering Design and Management Framework (product development)
- Security Event Data Markup Language (Open Security Exchange protocol)
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Student artwork sought for national contest The Southwest Educational Development Laboratory is sponsoring an art contest open to K-12 students nationwide.
To ensure that PIRCs maintain high-quality standards and implement research-based parental-involvement strategies and practices, the Department also supports the National PIRC Coordination Center, which was created in 2006 by the Southwest Educational Development Laboratory (SEDL) in collaboration with the Harvard Family Research Project (HFRP).
Southwest Educational Development Laboratory (SEDL) 1997,Vol 6(1).