LRE


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AcronymDefinition
LRELong-Reach Ethernet
LRELeast Restrictive Environment
LRELaw-Related Education
LRELeft-to-Right Embedding
LRELong Range Ethernet (Cisco)
LRELaunch and Recovery Element
LRELatest Revised Estimate
LRELow Bit-Rate Encoding
LRELead Responsible Engineer
LRELaboratoire de Radioécologie et Ecotoxicologie (French: Laboratory of Radioecology and Ecotoxicology)
LRELow-Rate Encoder
LRELine Regenerator Equipment (Hitachi)
LRELightwave Regenerator Equipment
LRELaw of Rare Events
LRELogistics Readiness Evaluation (US Marine Corps)
LRELogical Row Exclusion
LRELow-Risk Environment
LRELower Right Extremity
LRELaboratory of Radiation Ecology
LRELaunch and Recovery Equipment
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With shockingly low governmental involvement among Americans and an ever-present cynicism toward the legal profession, the LRE has plenty of work to do ahead.
This significant market opportunity will interest entrepreneurs looking to set up a glass collection service with LREs in the local area and, for the first time, they will have access to "step by step" guidance on setting up this kind of service.
Price, if the collection service is not offered for flee, can be another obstacle, as can lack of space within the LRE.
High Speed At its base, LRE boasts a symmetric transfer rare of 5 Mbps over 5,000 feet.
Administrators embrace LRE because it is flexible in its delivery, inexpensive to implement and adaptable to a variety of settings.
6) in LRE litigation and that the courts may be "growing impatient with school officials for not having been more proactive in developing effective programs for students with disabilities in less restrictive environments" (p.
As part of the transaction, LRE acquired the following crude oil and natural gas hedges:
The LRE standard that each school district must establish includes procedures to assure that, to the maximum extent appropriate, children with disabilities, including children in public or private institutions or other care facilities, are educated with children who are not disabled, and that special classes, separate schooling, or other removal of children with disabilities from the general educational environment occurs only when the nature or severity of the disability is such that education in regular classes with the use of supplementary aids and services cannot be achieved satisfactorily.
For some disabilities, the LRE is not to be included or mainstreamed with regular education students.
Despite its relative youth as an educational movement, LRE has had a significant impact on the learning experienced by America's youth at both the elementary and secondary levels.
However, we feel that the recent LRE decisions indicate that judges are placing greater importance on the least restrictive environment mandate and are not giving educators as much deference in this area as they had in earlier cases.
The overall goal of the grant is to address the needs of LRE programs in the juvenile justice system and to expand substantially the variety and number of such programs in the United States.