- 1The process of receiving or giving systematic instruction, especially at a school or university: a course of educationMore example sentences
- But the local education authority has instructed a solicitor to establish who the rightful owner is.
- We regularly do workshops for the local education authority in Schools.
- Its role also includes the inspection of local education authorities, teacher training institutions and youth work.
- 1.1The theory and practice of teaching: colleges of educationMore example sentences
- Current practice in mathematics education is deeply entrenched and pervasive.
- I also had four students who would be majoring in art education in college.
- Ideal presence was at the very center of his aesthetic, and it was, at bottom, a theory of visual education.
- 1.3Information about or training in a particular subject: health educationMore example sentences
- When will the Government open its eyes to the simple fact health education must promote abstinence outside marriage and fidelity within it?
- Health education comes as second nature to soap operas.
- In addition, lectures are organised for the families on topics such as health education and prevention of fire.
- 2 (an education) An enlightening experience: Petrus is a good workman—it is an education to watch himMore example sentences
- Indeed, it was an education to watch the two in action.
- It was an education to watch you at Fort William.
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- The highlight of the event is a series of interactive sessions involving school children, teachers, farmers, educationists, media representatives and development experts.
- The gathering comprised the school's management committee members, governing council members, educationists, sportspersons, parents and others.
- An elite group comprising diplomats, academics, educationists and journalists celebrated the ‘Day of Slavonic Script and Culture’ in the Capital on Monday.
mid 16th century: from Latin educatio(n-), from the verb educare (see educate).