Origin of educational
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Examples from the Web for educational
The former provides entrepreneurial training and educational programs for youths from low-income urban areas around the world.
An educational radio initiative has the potential to reach millions in West Africa.The Radio Battle to Educate Ebola’s Kids
December 11, 2014
Simple: our educational system provides few incentives for schools to improve.
Why have educational outcomes so stubbornly flat-lined in the face of this wealth of educational resources?
Of course, Sesame Street's songs weren't only educational; from a pure tuneage perspective, the music was pretty kickass.‘Sesame Street’ Is Middle-Aged and Awesome
November 10, 2014
He insists strongly on the importance of mathematics as an educational instrument.Laws
This aim being accomplished, his educational career is over.The Curse of Education
Harold E. Gorst
It was altruistic he knew, gentle he was sure, educational he was positive.The Vagrant Duke
They have come to be educational agencies of the first importance.College Teaching
They were not in favor of it unless there could be an educational qualification.
- providing knowledge; instructive or informativean educational toy
- of or relating to education
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Word Origin and History for educational
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