CAPEA

AcronymDefinition
CAPEACalifornia Association of Professors of Educational Administration
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BTSA, ICCUCET, CAPSE/TED, CABTE, and CAPEA are only but a few of the groups that we continue to reach out to and partner with, and we will need yet more cooperating organizations in order to be the strongest possible coalition.
In addition to the global leadership theme, there are articles which highlight the CAPEA focus areas of teaching educational administration, diversity and justice, technology, research, and advocacy.
CAPEA is an organization which is committed to developing school leaders who have the best interests of our students at heart and to preparing leaders to be meaningful participants in a global society.
The intent of this paper is to stimulate discussion and action on the part of CAPEA members and institutions and to examine closely their leadership preparation programs in light of the continuing inequity of achievement in California schools.
Members of CAPEA represent a majority of the institutions of higher education authorized to offer programs leading to the credentials required for most administrative positions in California schools.
Estan proponiendo busquedas normales, las tradicionales que haria el CAPEA, porque si tienes personas desaparecidas lo mas logico es que busques en hospitales, centros de reclusion, albergues o entre familiares.
La coleccion de tauromaquia (Figura 8) tambien es amplia y diversa, con escenas de lidia, toros en el campo y capeas populares.
De hecho, acertadamente explico que en las actuales fiestas populares, conocidas como capeas o novilladas, el sacrificio no es una condicion (1998: 79-80).
Ejemplos son las carreras de gallos, en las cuales los quintos, a lomos de un caballo a galope, intentaban decapitar un gallo colgado de una cuerda (11) ; o las capeas y corridas de toros rurales:
Y es que las novilladas de entonces no eran como las de ahora, se parecian mas a las capeas que a las corridas.
In Death in the Afternoon Hemingway criticizes capeas as a poor environment for learning the true art of the matador.
The same distinction is made later in Death in the Afternoon when Hemingway calls informal bullfights, the lawless capeas or buff baitings(15), "as disorganized as a riot" (393; emphasis mine).