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Synonyms for education

Synonyms for education

the act, process, or art of imparting knowledge and skill

known facts, ideas, and skill that have been imparted

Synonyms for education

the profession of teaching (especially at a school or college or university)

the result of good upbringing (especially knowledge of correct social behavior)

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the United States federal department that administers all federal programs dealing with education (including federal aid to educational institutions and students)

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Students, teachers, head of educational institutes, educationists and parents of students also attended the prize distribution ceremony, held here in Serena Hotel Islamabad.
These recommendations were taken up by the leading educationists during a day-long seminar Finance More to Educate More held here to commemorate International Literacy Day 2015.
EDUCATION Minister Dr Majid Al Nuaimi attended the conclusion of the Gifted Leaders Programme organised by the general and technical education sector at Isa Town Intermediate School for Girls, in which 37 educationists from the school support teams took part.
He pointed out that the programme aims to develop the skills of educationists who play a key role in improving the schools' performance by availing of international expertise.
been appointing better people than the past over 60 years of Congress hegemony over educational institutions,"said right- wing educationist Dinanath Batra.
It was the start of a remarkable partnership between Eritrean educationists and the University of Bristol, funded by the Danish aid programme DANIDA.
I laugh up my sleeve when patronising educationists talk of teachers having 12 weeks holiday a year.
Whatever their professional qualifications and talents as individuals, and I have no doubt they have many, the co-authors of the plan, namely Mr Iwan Trefor Jones, the Development Directorate's Strategic Director, and Councillors Dafydd Iwan and Richard Parry Hughes, are not educationists.
For educationists at all levels to be more adaptive and active, understandings about epistemology or theories of knowledge must surface.
Dr Muna bint Salim Al Jardaniyah, Education Ministry undersecretary for education and curricula, in her speech said that the seminar is part of the Education MinistryEoe1/4aos endeavour to develop occupational skills of Arabic teachers, curricula experts, supervisors and educationists.
It's part of the politically correct philosophy spouted by trendy educationists who say pupils get upset if they're on the losing side.
He said that Iran had already issued instructions to educationists and concerned authorities in that regard.
With page examples shown throughout, it also describes their content; answers questions parents and children might have, such as how the books relate to careers and passing exams; and details major features and approaches for educationists.
The Ras Al Khaimah government fully support the educational developments in the emirate, and it is only a matter of time before a dynamic Ras Al Khaimah becomes a preferred destination for campuses in the UAE, said leading educationists.
Government plans for children as young as four to be taught to write in sentences and use punctuation were ridiculed yesterday by a group of leading authors and educationists.