educationally : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • r  in an educational manner
    the assistant masters formed a committee of their own to consider what could be done educationally for the town

  • University officials turned down as "educationally irrelevant" the group's request to show a nudist movie.
  • Thomas Northcut Getty "A difference in four points could be educationally meaningful in terms of school success," says Frederica Perera, director of the Columbia Center for .
  • The job is to make a successful but fragmented university cohere intellectually and educationally.
News & Articles

  • Center for Hospice Care sponsoring Summer Grief Forum
    ELKHART - Center for Hospice Care is conducting a Summer Grief Forum, a series of educationally focused sessions featuring speakers who will share important information and answer questions. Each session is from 6:30 to 8 p.m.
    June 18, 2013 - South Bend Tribune

  • Stephanie Coontz in New York Times
    Women no longer need to marry up educationally or economically, so they are more likely to pick men who support a more egalitarian relationship,said Stephanie Coontz, director of research and education for the Council on Contemporary Families...
  • Tim Pawlenty in West Central Tribune
    He is somebody who's got not only the technical experience and background, but he also has management and leadership expertise both educationally and practically,Pawlenty said. "He's going to be a great fit."
  • Arne Duncan in Chicago Tribune
    What we have with the president-elect and his wife are two people who are living symbols, who embody the value of education. They were born from humble backgrounds, humble beginnings . . . what they did educationally was extraordinary,Duncan...

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