CCSD

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AcronymDefinition
CCSDClark County School District
CCSDCanadian Council on Social Development
CCSDCalifornia College San Diego (formerly California College for Health Sciences)
CCSDCommunity Consolidated School District (Palatine, IL)
CCSDCharleston County School District (South Carolina)
CCSDClarkstown Central School District (New City, New York)
CCSDCobb County School District (Georgia)
CCSDCleveland City School District (Cleveland, OH)
CCSDCherry Creek School District (Englewood, Aurora, and Greenwood Village, Colorado)
CCSDChild Care Services Division (various locations)
CCSDCraig City School District (Alaska)
CCSDCoupled-Cluster Singles and Doubles
CCSDCooperative Research Centre for Coal in Sustainable Development (Australia)
CCSDControl Communications Service Designator (US DoD)
CCSDCanadian Cultural Society of the Deaf
CCSDComplex Carbohydrate Structure Database
CCSDCorinth Central School District (Corinth, NY)
CCSDCollins Cobuild Student's Dictionary
CCSDCommand Communications Service Designator
CCSDCentral Columbia School District (Bloomsburg, PA)
CCSDComputer Compatible Signal Data
CCSDCheektowaga Central School District (Cheektowaga, NY)
CCSDConnecticut Climate Change Stakeholder
CCSDChannel Category Sales Development
CCSDCapital City Statistical Divisions (Australia)
CCSDCommon Channel Signal Designator
CCSDConnoisseur's Club of Smoking and Drinking (Houston, TX)
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OTTAWA -- Canadians with disabilities have unmet needs for aids and devices mainly because of the high cost of those aids and persons with severe disabilities are affected the most by prohibitive costs says a report prepared by the Canadian Council on Social Development.
Financing early learning and child care in Canada, Gordon Cleveland and Michael Krashinsky, Canadian Council on Social Development, Ottawa.
Canadian Council on Social Development, Disability Information, Sheet No.
OTTAWA -- Disabled male workers with disabilities, who are also unionized, are likely to find themselves earning salaries in the top quarter of the earning range while most unionized female workers with disabilities still earn salaries in the bottom two quarters of the earnings range says the Canadian Council on Social Development.
Ottawa, ON : Canadian Council on Social Development.
Co-published by the Canadian Council on Social Development ISBN 0-88627-319-6 $19.
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