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having an insatiable appetite for an activity or pursuit

having a strong urge to obtain or possess something, especially material wealth, in quantity

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(often followed by 'for') ardently or excessively desirous

marked by active interest and enthusiasm

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Room 102; Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) parent meeting 8:30-9 p.
Students' academic achievements are due, in part, to the school's participation in Advancement Via Individual Determination, a national program in almost 600 schools.
The Standing Committee on Business voted yesterday to keep $135,000 of that at the secondary level for Advanced Placement courses and Advancement Via Individual Determination programs that help students prepare for honors and AP courses.
Bowman was teaching an Advancement Via Individual Determination class at Monroe High School in 2003, and most of her 30 students were Latino.
Metropolitan School District of Lawrence Township Foundation (Indianapolis) - $100,000 to support the Advancement Via Individual Determination program at each of the two middle and high schools in Lawrence Township.
The administration recommends spending the $200,000 on supplies and two teachers to strengthen the health careers pipeline of Worcester East Middle and North High School, to strengthen the Engineering Technology Academy link between Forest Grove Middle and Doherty Memorial High School, and to expand the Advancement Via Individual Determination and Advanced Placement programs.
There from Juniper were Vice Principal Frances Ufondu; Pamela Van Velsir, director of the Advancement Via Individual Determination or AVID Program; and Roslyn Haley, president of the Parent Teacher Student Association.