STWP

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AcronymDefinition
STWPSchool to Work Program
STWPSolving the World's Problems
STWPShort Term Work Program (various locations)
STWPSociety of Technical Writers & Publishers
STWPSteam Working Pressure
STWPSoftware Technical Writing Program (Middlesex Community College; Massachusetts)
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Four in 10 Republicans say the US should be less active in solving the world's problems, while 46 percent think the current role in world affairs is right.
On the other hand, with the technology at our disposal, this generation could go a long way to solving the world's problems, wiping out poverty, ill-health and ignorance.
"I don't think that John Kerry is the Messiah or the Democratic Party is the answer, but I don't like the evangelical community blessing the Republican Party as some kind of God-ordained instrument for solving the world's problems."
Instead of taking it easy when their AS levels end later this month they will fly to Malaysia to discuss solving the world's problems.
Kicking Osama Bin Laden and the Taliban where it hurts is one thing but that speech about solving the world's problems is another.
And, in a dig to anarchist protesters outside the conference centre, he said the terrorist atrocities showed mainstream politics was as relevant as ever to solving the world's problems.
Not only must schools prepare students for a rapidly changing world, but the children they're trying to teach are different from previous generations of students, with more-advanced technology skills and more commitment to solving the world's problems. (See "Educating Children for Tomorrow's World," page 43.)
At the other extreme are those like Julian Simon, who say that because every arrival on earth increases the sum of human brainpower that can be applied to solving the world's problems, there can never be too many people.