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Kids lose some skills and knowledge over the summer, but children from wealthy families who can afford camps and other enrichment activities lose less.
When I began teaching 17 years ago, 60 percent of our high school students would attend and could choose from plenty of enrichment courses as well as regular content classes.
This is a situation where this elite gang owns the country like private property and actually uses it for its enrichment.
The board then voted to require that the superintendent deliver an annual report to school board members detailing the diversity of TJ’s admitted class that year, attrition rates and data on student “participation in enrichment clubs.”
What works is enrichment, and the more you can give someone to build on their skills and talents, the better the outcomes are going to be.
While Dollar General’s stock price has nearly tripled over the past five years, its front-line employees don’t see much of that enrichment.
Doing so would teach us things about how to adapt old buildings for better ventilation, or how to test sewage to identify outbreaks or how to further provide enrichment in outdoor settings as we are uniquely capable of doing here.
Various means have been suggested by the writers for the enrichment of the Judeo-German vocabulary.
On the other hand, one cannot but foresee a gradual enrichment and ennoblement of the interior of the Capitol.
For a thief steals for his own enrichment, not for the advantage of the recipient of the stolen goods.

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