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One of the most significant contributions that SPERA has made to Australian rural education has been organisation and conduct of its annual National Conference.
Overall the present results are indicative of a respectable Average Citation Index for the SPERA Journal, which has risen substantially during 2011.
SPERA farewells Will and Tracey as Volume 18 Number 1, 2008 was their last.
Using the Missions and Goals of SPERA as a foundation for policy development, a range of more specific policies addressing a variety of areas have been developed including social justice matters, funding for education and access to tertiary education and for school systems, developing effective rural teacher education programs, providing access to post-secondary training and adult education, and strategies for greater community development.
Spera that suggested WHA could apply for "waivers'' to accomplish its goals.
I think people used to be very wary of business, and still maybe are wary of business," says 26-year-old Mark Spera, who quit a corporate job with the Gap to launch an eco-friendly fashion company called BeGood Clothing with his college roommate.
The Editorial team of AIJRE and the SPERA committee would like to wish you all a relaxed and rejuvenating holiday period.
In that game, senior setter Rachel Spera surpassed the 2,300 assist mark .
The "prologue " of the play shows us a cross-section of a corrupted society in the modern world: a squalid tavern where a prostitute, La Spera, is convincing a group of outlaws to leave their town and sordid lives and start over again on a deserted island:
Mohammad Younus, the Ismail Khail Mandozai district chief, told Pajhwok Afghan News the gunmen mounted an attack on the home of his counterpart for Spera town, Mohammad Azim, in Lalma area.
Spera will serve as property manager/leasing agent.
Spera and colleagues (2010) reported on an intervention using environmental strategies to reduce drinking and alcohol-related problems among 18- to 25- year-old active-duty Air Force (AF) members in five communities with local Air Force bases (AFBs).