SSTA


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SSTA

abbreviation for
(Education) Scottish Secondary Teachers' Association
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The SSTA will engage at all levels to get a change to the proposals.
Furthermore, although Treasury addressed the FTC question when it issued final regulations (see below), it did not consider the SSTA issue.
3) In an effort to promote workplace safety, the SSTA provided an unconditional PST exemption for work-related safety equipment and clothing designed to be worn or attached to workers.
The Delahunt bill would allow the "Streamlined Sales Tax Commission," made up of officeholders and bureaucrats from SSTA states, to establish a small business exemption to the tax.
30) In essence, an SSTA (like any other executive agreement) is simply a statute--written by the executive branch like a treaty, but enacted into law by virtue of a procedure involving the whole Congress rather than the Senate alone.
These anomalies were extracted from the Reynolds and Smith (1994) monthly 1-degree SSTA climatology.
Traditional SSTA tools based on a Gaussian distribution can suffer from 10-70 percent underestimation of delay at 0.
A spokesman for the SSTA said: "Even the most optimistic of estimates relating to recruitment indicate that there will be an extreme shortage of secondary teachers.
Extreme's POCV is an easy to adopt statistical analysis that improves accuracy of OCV methods, with no SSTA library characterization effort and minimal increase in runtime.
SSTA general secretary Ann Ballinger said: "We note with grave concern and significant suspicion the lack of data on the longevity (and hence pension costs) of teachers who teach until age 65 following a career of well over 40 years in teaching.