| SPED stands for someone who needs special education.
Surname. any stupid person. Voice Training. This girl is so fast! See other words with the same meaning: stupid, stupid.
Slower. Walking or walking very fast or very fast, especially when driving a car. Shortly before the police arrived, the perpetrators fled. He sped up when he heard the professors approaching. See also: off, speed.
Special education (also known as special education, assisted education, special education, special edition, or SPED) is the practice of educating students in a way that suits their individual differences and needs.
Jargon. a stimulant such as caffeine, ephedrine or especially methamphetamine or amphetamine.
A skills assessment is a common part of an assessment plan. Special Education (SPED): The term is used in the Disability Education Act (IDEA), which is defined as an education specifically designed to increase students’ chances of success.
The term “no hood” is colloquial and means no lie or too real, it is often used to emphasize someone.
A special class is a class of students with disabilities who, based on similar individual needs, are brought together to receive specially designed lessons. Some schools no longer offer special classes for various reasons.
Ecstasy is available in tablet or powder form. If it’s a powder it’s chemically called MDMA, but it’s the same substance as ecstasy. Ecstasy powder has the appearance of white / gray crystals and is called MDMA, Mandy or MD.
Ritalin is a stimulant, chemically similar to cocaine or amphetamine, used as an accelerator, but works surprisingly well in calming patients. It is a class B drug and its chemical name is methylphenidate hydrochloride.
Both substances can be snorted, injected or smoked. However, methamphetamine and cola differ in many ways. Methamphetamine is more addictive than cocaine. The drugs also differ in appearance, euphoria, long-term health consequences, and retail price.