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- adv. In an educational manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- As regards education.
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- adv. in an educational manner
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“Whites who are eager for minorities to remain educationally diminished.”
Whites who are eager for minorities to remain educationally diminished.
That puts them at a disadvantage: NSSE data show they are much less likely to participate in educationally enriching activities such as learning communities, research with a faculty member or a senior culminating project.
My judgment, educationally, is this: that it is in the hands of the present generation of men to determine what happens to the world in the next decade through the present generation of boys.
In addition, we should worry when the motivation to do something educationally is to help us catch up with some other country — a stance that seems to look right past the students most of us see day in and day out, almost as if they aren’t there.
More significant gains noticeable in specific student populations known as educationally - challenged
I also like the idea of a more "educationally" focused site.
I don’t mean that we should take away from the elite educationally, that is, but rather, that our primary problem is, indeed, that the bottom and middle aren’t getting enough.
And when I tell anyone how bad I think it is they treat me like some kind of educationally sub-normal gimp.
If we begin to make these investments now we will create a substantial number of jobs in the education field, push the U.S. workforce back into a top position educationally, and increase the economic growth and competitiveness of the nation.