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  • “Education” derives from the Latin word educare, which means “to lead out.”

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  • The Latin word educare means to "lead out" from ignorance; hence an educated person has come to think critically and logically.

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  • Though I don't believe the etymology that relates 'educare' to 'educere' wrong quantity; wrong conjugation it seems to me that the semantics are right: 'lead out' from oneself into a wider world; stimulate an open and intelligently enquiring mind: the facts can come later.

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  • Of this amount R2,24 million was allocated for the construction of "educare" centres in deprived areas at R35000

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  • The first of 64 "educare" centres planned countrywide is to be opened in Midrand's Ivory Park on Saturday, the South African

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  • The word "educate" derives from the Latin educare, understood as "to bring forth, to draw out, to support".

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  • The word education comes form the Latin roots, educare and educere, "to lead out".

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  • The essence of our title, from the Latin educare, is to be the one who draws out and brings forth the potential in each of our students in a way that is best for him or her, using the style and methods that are the best for each of us as individuals as well.

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  • Both commissions called for the strengthening of child development centers, including the development of a comprehensive strategy for early childhood educare.

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  • In addition, educare or early childhood development initiatives and other educational programmes for the poor and needy are similarly encouraged.

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