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educationalist

(1) A person in the UK who educates or mentors students (e.g., a senior GP educationalist, who works under the director and supervising other GP educators); professional educator.

(2) A person who studies the process of learning.
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The rapid emergence and spread of a techno-secular culture exacerbates the situation; and the hard realities of pluralism and multiculturalism make it more complicating to impose uniform educational standards or to sustain a core-curriculum that is allegiant to humane letters.
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In 1987, the University Council for Educational Administration (UCEA) and the National Commission on Excellence in Educational Administration conducted a study on the training of educational leaders.
Previously, the Curry County office of the Oregon State University Extension Service had collaborated with the school district on a variety of educational programs.
But, these efforts alone are not enough in today's competitive and costly educational environment, as a small but increasing number of institutions have come to recognize.
In response, educational and vocational guidance practices in many countries are changing to better assist the world's workers adapt to their new situations.
In this era of educational reform, greater emphasis is being placed upon making school personnel accountable for bringing all students to high levels of academic performance (Eriksen, 1997; Fields & Hines, 2000).
A second plausible reason that educational leaders across the country are beginning to support mentoring is the recognition of the unprecedented number of veteran teachers who are nearing retirement (Torres-Guzman & Goodwin, 1995).
Under the measure, the Federal Communications Commission cannot regulate religious programming at educational stations and cannot require that a portion of hours be set aside for educational material.
The Children's Television Act and the quantitative rules established in response to it have inadvertently led to a lack of diversity in programming and a surprising number of "educational shows" that aren't really all that educational.

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