WSD

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WSDWorld Steel Dynamics (New Jersey)
WSDWord Sense Disambiguation (computational linguistics)
WSDWeb Service Description (software)
WSDWeb Service Discovery
WSDWhite Spot Disease (White Spot Syndrome Virus)
WSDWork Station Disk
WSDWeb Service Description
WSDWeb Services for Devices
WSDWord Star Document
WSDWissahickon School District (Ambler, PA)
WSDWeber School District (Utah)
WSDWeb Services on Devices (Information Technology)
WSDWentzville School District (Missouri)
WSDWater and Sanitation District (various locations)
WSDWeb Server Director (software)
WSDWenatchee School District (Wenatchee, WA)
WSDWorkforce Services Division (various locations)
WSDWater Supplies Department (Hong Kong)
WSDWhole School Development
WSDWorking Stress Design
WSDWomen's Specific Design (bicycles)
WSDWauwatosa School District (Wauwatosa, WI)
WSDWisconsin School for the Deaf
WSDWashington School for the Deaf
WSDWater Security Division (US EPA)
WSDWilkinsburg School District (Pennsylvania)
WSDWhitnall School District (Greenfield, WI)
WSDWinsock Direct (Microsoft)
WSDWear Scar Diameter
WSDWilliams Sewer & Drain, Inc.
WSDWomen for Sustainable Development
WSDWind Speed, Direction
WSDWestern State Design (Hayward, CA)
WSDWorkfile Sort Definition
WSDWarranty Start Date (legal)
WSDWage and Salary Department
WSDWeblogic Service Delivery
WSDWork Systems Design
WSDWafers Started per Day
WSDWeight Set Decomposition (algorithm)
WSDWheeler Street Design (web development; San Francisco, CA)
WSDWarfare Systems Directorate
WSDWork Standards Day
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The project embarked upon an ambitious institutional change and reform effort which sought to change the ways in which local government works and thereby improve the condition of government schools of Faisalabad in the framework of whole school development framework (WSDF).
This relationship could involve: shared inset, interdepartmental planning, team teaching and collaboration on whole school development.
The leaders described in these two examples facilitated change by providing opportunities for others to co-create and share ownership of whole school developments in a district wide and whole school context.
The district and school leaders in this article provided opportunities for others to co-create and share ownership of whole school developments towards more inclusive education (Scharmer, 2009).