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educator

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A person who demonstrates, instructs, leads, or teaches clients, families, patients, or students.
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Through their newly established Educate Me Community School, which is located in the Talbeya district of Al-Haram, Educate Me is putting their developed curriculum to the test to understand its weaknesses and strengths and refine them accordingly.
com, assisting with print and video testimonials, speaking at plot tours and helping conduct an intense two-day course, coined "Nematodes 101," to educate the Syngenta sales force about nematodes.
One interviewee explained that using a purely academic model to educate FBI agent managers has limited value for the organization.
Educate parents on their crucial role in promoting a steroid-free choice.
Maybe it was to bring awareness and educate the young about cancer and the constant need for blood and platelet donations.
First and foremost, it ran counter to the Gettysburg students' expectations, serving to enlighten and educate on that basis alone.
We can educate ourselves about the options for green building and renovating, and choose the best ones for us.
He alleges that Einstein Academy is charging school districts to educate students who are only home schooled.
But a secondary goal is to use the project as a means to educate the public in the United States about the devastating effect of sanctions in Iraq.
Attending the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) 5(th) Annual Meeting, Serebra's Chairman and CEO urges organizations to help educate people in developing nations and offer e-learning to their employees
An educate wife tries as much as possible to make the marrige life better and suitable", said that man.
We need to fully educate our students in the fundamentals of critical thinking, of computational skills, of communications skills, of writing concisely and speaking well, so that they are prepared to do well in several careers over a lifetime.