Definition of educrat in English:

educrat

Syllabification: ed·u·crat
Pronunciation: /ˈejəˌkrat
 
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noun

informal derogatory
  • An education administrator.
    More example sentences
    • At present, teachers, administrators, and educrats of various descriptions do not hesitate to let children know that the system does not respect their parents.
    • He is treated as a troublemaker and a bigot - and now a criminal - for refusing to cede parental control to p.c. public school educrats.
    • The National Research Council addresses the shortage of science and math teachers in the U.S. with a make-work plan for educrats.

Origin

blend of education and bureaucrat.

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