JSETJournal of Special Education Technology (Technology and Media Division; Council for Exceptional Children)
JSETJournal of Science Education and Technology
JSETJapan Society for Educational Technology (Tokyo, Japan)
JSETJoint Supervision and Enforcement Teams (Middle Eastern agreement)
JSETJoint Systems Engineering Team
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For example as of February 29, 2008, the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC), which publishes EC, had approximately 38,111 members; The Division for Learning Disabilities of CEC, which publishes LDRP, had 6,098 members; The Council for Children with Behavioral Disorders, which publishes BD, had 4,659 members; The Division for Research, which publishes JSE, had 1,322 members; The Division for Developmental Disabilities, which publishes ETDD, had 3,330 members; and Technology and Media Division, which publishes, JSET had 948 members.
Conversely, JSET and JEBD published the fewest number of articles due in part to the recent addition of JEBD to the field and to the irregularity with which JSET is published.
The five nonspecific disability category journals (EC, JSE, RASE, ETC, and JSET) published intervention research conducted with a range of disabilities and accounted for the representation of all other disability categories.
The JSMT made up 52.9% of the sample; ASB, 22.5%; JSR, 13.9%, and JSET, 10.7%.
First questionnaire was developed to elicit responses from Junior Special Education Teachers (JSETs) about their job satisfaction before the issuance of Governmental Notification.
It is to be noted that the researchers had already collected data regarding measuring level of job satisfaction of JSETs serving in the field of mental retardation.
of the JSETs working in the area of mental retardation.
Responsibility for monitoring compliance with the committee's decisions and quota assignments was given to Joint Supervision and Enforcement Teams (JSETS) composed of representatives of Israeli and Palestinian water agencies.
As established by Article 40 of the Oslo II agreement, the enforcement mechanisms of the JWC are the JSETS. There are five teams consisting of Israeli and Palestinian members whose job it is to measure static water levels of wells, extraction and water quality as well as to monitor spring flows and discharges throughout the West Bank on a monthly basis.
At first the JSETS did not measure Israeli water meters or enter Israeli water facilities, only Palestinian ones; nor did Israeli authorities turn over data on extraction licenses for Jewish settlements in the West Bank as agreed in Oslo II.