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lifelong learning

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(Education) the provision or use of both formal and informal learning opportunities throughout people's lives in order to foster the continuous development and improvement of the knowledge and skills needed for employment and personal fulfilment
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of Labor's Life Long Learning Initiative," says Curtis Michel, IMTAS vice president of Operations.
The photo in the Ballet West Conservatory Life Long Learning ad [March, page 97] should have been credited to Steven Caras.
As a result, many of these communities have raised thousands of dollars in grant funding for economic development projects, and have initiated improvements in such areas as image and beautification, government, leadership, social services, tourism, recreation and life long learning.
France is called on to monitor the net effects of implementing the 35 hour working week, especially on small businesses, and to promote a comprehensive life long learning strategy.