Educational - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˌedʒuˈkeɪʃənl|  American pronunciation of the word educational
Brit.  |ɛdjuˈkeɪʃ(ə)n(ə)l|  British pronunciation of the word educational


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an educational film


The school is devoted to the education of children with reading difficulties.

She received her education at private schools.

The applicants had comparable educations.

She earned her master's degree in education.

A reference work for the educational market

The educational software was sent to teachers for review.

She described her vacation with heavy irony as “an educational experience.”

She values educational attainment above all else.

She hopes the new educational program will become a permanent fixture at the zoo.

Educational opportunities have not yet equalized.

Her experience is a telling example of why the nation's educational system needs to be changed.

The educational system should be shaped to the needs of the children.

A committee was set up to canvass the city's educational options.

Educational level has a sizeable direct effect on income.

I envisioned a future of educational excellence.

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