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    Please improve the sentence

    Dear Teacher,

    Would you please help improving the sentence:

    The school has made concrete efforts to strengthen the compatibility of our (handicapped) students with a view to enhancing their employability.

    "Compatibility" means the ability to be able to integrate into society. But is it a good word to say so? Also, can we say "the school has taken conscious efforts to....". What is the difference between "made concrete efforts" and "taken conscious efforts"?

    Thank you in advance for your advice!


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    Re: Please improve the sentence

    How about . . .

    The school has made a concrete effort to strengthen the ability of the physically challenged student to obtain employability.

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