educate synonym

educate synonym

And here too let us educate our sons, if sons are born to us.
Then again, we know that the masses are not our masters, and that they are more likely to become so if we educate them.

You are really going to educate me? “The Grain Of Dust A Novel” by David Graham Phillips

But to educate a child fit for the state, it must not be done in the manner which would please either those who have the power in an oligarchy or those who desire a democracy, but so as they may be able to conduct either of these forms of governments. “Politics A Treatise on Government” by Aristotle

Educate synonym
Educate synonym for verb teach information, experience
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Educate synonym

    To develop the innate capacities of, especially by schooling or instruction. See Synonyms at teach.
  • To provide with knowledge or training in a particular area or for a particular purpose: decided to educate herself in foreign languages; entered a seminary to be educated for the priesthood.
  • To provide with information; inform: a campaign that educated the public about the dangers of smoking.
  • To bring to an understanding or acceptance: hoped to educate the voters to the need for increased spending on public schools.
  • To stimulate or develop the mental or moral growth of.
  • To develop or refine (one’s taste or appreciation, for example).
  • To teach or instruct a person or group.
  • Parents, Teachers, Students Do you have a grammar question?
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    Divide educate into syllables: ed-u-cate
    Stressed syllable in educate: ed -u-cate
    How to pronounce educate: ej-oo-keyt
    How to say educate: How to pronounce educate

    • supplementation: tutoring which covers subjects which are already covered in school, and excluding, for example, language classes for minority children whose families are anxious that new generations retain competence in languages not taught in mainstream schools.
    • privateness: tutoring provided in exchange for a fee, as opposed to unpaid tutoring provided by families or community members, or extra tutoring provided by teachers as part of their professional commitments and responsibilities.
    • academic subjects: languages, mathematics, and other examinable subjects, excluding musical, artistic or sporting skills, which are learned primarily for pleasure and/or for a more rounded form of personal development.

    Shadow Education is an increasingly visible phenomenon in Hong Kong and many other parts of the world. The system of private supplementary tutoring is widely called shadow education because much of it mimics the mainstream.

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