- n. Plural form of education.
“Narrowly technical "educations" don't prepare people for any damned thing.”
“In choosing the eggs intended for incubation, the cultivators selected those produced in the successful 'educations' of the year.”
“For those of us in the Fiscal and Strong Defense side, it will be difficult to see the world differently but I realize that Adults with 7th grade educations which is what the Republican Party now attracts and defends, can not possibly be the future of our country.”
“Times are tough for people with sixth grade educations, that is for sure. ”
“Rather than all the university educations which is revered nowadays, we should be paying more heed to the training from the university of life’s qualifications which older people have gained due to experience using it to restore traditional family values.”
“The mission of the school, he said, was to deliver quality educations to an underserved population, and Rice thrived in that role.”
“Those kinds of steps, however small, could be a key to helping undergraduates get the most out of their educations.”
“How much more could they have contributed to their childrens 'educations?”
“Take a look at British university students shattering windows because they don't want to share the cost of their own educations.”
“Or, hey, maybe we instead have a different set of assumptions, educations and experiences which lead us toward different conclusions.”
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