educationalist

[ UK /ˌɛd‍ʒuːkˈe‍ɪʃənəlˌɪst/ ]
NOUN
  1. a specialist in the theory of education
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How To Use educationalist In A Sentence

  • This rapprochement of basic attitudes of educationalists and linguists is an important foundation for constructive dialogue and cooperation.
  • For the third year running, what educationalists call the Key Stage Two test results have shown no progress towards the targets set when Labour came to power.
  • The improvement in standards has been steady and persistent, but has attracted little comment from educationalists.
  • Nevertheless, Young has been criticised by opponents on the Left, including educationalist Fiona Millar, for being a typical middle-class parent who wants a grammar school in all but name.
  • Mr. HAN Depei is a famous Jurist, educationalist and social practitioner of China.
  • The improvement in standards has been steady and persistent, but has attracted little comment from educationalists.
  • It is this group of educationalists who provide ongoing professional development to the 44,000 teachers who are committed to the learning needs of our young people.
  • A committee consisting of eminent educationalists, social activists, retired professors, parents and psychologists should be formed to oversee the running of these institutions.
  • Quite frankly it makes me angry to realise how the politicians, and fuzzy-thinking educationalists have cocked up my child's schooling.
  • I have become more a fund raiser of late than an educationalist. THE PRESIDENT'S CHILD
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