educator : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  someone who educates young people

  • For eating disorder educators, the very language of the sites can provide invaluable hints into a troubled psyche.
  • For one thing, in the view of many educators, the law's 2014 goal which calls for all public school students in grades 4 through 8 to be achieving on grade level in reading and .
  • And yet there is no universally accepted way to measure competence, much less the ineffable magnetism of a truly brilliant educator.
News & Articles


  • Richard Roberts in USA Today
    Richard Roberts, former president of Oral Roberts University, called his father, "a modern-day apostle of the healing ministry, an author, educator, evangelist, prophet and innovator. He was the only man of his generation to build a worldwide...
  • James A Baker III in Forbes
    Dick Darman was a brilliant, dedicated, and distinguished public servant, educator, and businessman who could direct traffic through the intersection of policy and politics as well as anybody I have ever known,said Baker, who worked with...
  • Pope Benedict XVI in Washington Post
    Family is the "first and irreplaceable educator of peace," Benedict said.

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