Definitions

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  • adjective That does not teach.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ teaching

Examples

  • With substantial teacher layoffs seeming inevitable, the Bloomberg administration is looking for ways to get rid of "nonteaching" educators.

    Bloomberg's Secret Plan To Fire Bad Teachers

  • With substantial teacher layoffs seeming inevitable, the Bloomberg administration is looking for ways to get rid of "nonteaching" educators.

    Bloomberg's Secret Plan To Fire Bad Teachers

  • For instance, Kirp describes an excellent community school where teachers and nonteaching staff are so well integrated that it is impossible to tell who's who.

    John Thompson: Persuading Obama to Invest in Crib to College

  • For instance, Kirp describes an excellent community school where teachers and nonteaching staff are so well integrated that it is impossible to tell who's who.

    John Thompson: Persuading Obama to Invest in Crib to College

  • We have increased the number of teachers by more than a third, created legions of nonteaching staff, and raised salaries and benefits across the board.

    Learning the Hard Way

  • New York City, home to the nation's largest school system, added 7,000 teachers and 4,000 nonteaching professionals (guidance counselors, administrators, nurses) even as its enrollment was decreasing by 63,000 kids, according to state data.

    Fewer Students, More Teachers

  • Surely, tuitions could be lower if professors just taught, and taught more classes instead of immersion in nonteaching activities.

    Relatively Little College Tuition Goes Toward Teaching

  • New York City, home to the nation's largest school system, added 7,000 teachers and 4,000 nonteaching professionals (guidance counselors, administrators, nurses) even as its enrollment was decreasing by 63,000 kids, according to state data.

    Fewer Students, More Teachers

  • New York City, home to the nation's largest school system, added 7,000 teachers and 4,000 nonteaching professionals (guidance counselors, administrators, nurses) even as its enrollment was decreasing by 63,000 kids, according to state data.

    Fewer Students, More Teachers

  • The researchers reviewed Medicare claims from 2000 to 2005, amassing data on more than 4.6 million patients ages 65 to 90 who had surgery in either a teaching-intensive hospital or a nonteaching hospital.

    Teaching hospitals: better survival rates, but not for all

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