Definition of learnfare in English:

learnfare

Line breaks: learn|fare
Pronunciation: /ˈləːnfɛː
 
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noun

[mass noun] North American
  • A welfare system in which attendance at school, college, or a training programme is necessary in order to receive benefits.
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    • The study found that after one year of learnfare, sanctioned students showed the highest dropout rates with about half dropping out; after two years there was an increase in the percentage of students with poor attendance.

Origin

1980s: from learn, on the pattern of workfare.

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