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academic freedom in educational institutions, the freedom of a teacher to teach, of a student to learn, and of both to discuss and hold opinions, esp. about social, political, and moral issues, without arbitrary interference or reprisals by school or public officials, organized groups, or the like.
adviser a teacher or other person in an official capacity who gives advice on certain matters, esp. those of an educational or vocational nature. [1/2 definitions]
alumna a female graduate or former student of an educational institution.
alumnus a male graduate or former student of an educational institution.
antieducational combined form of educational.
audiovisual (usu. pl.) audiovisual materials, esp. if used for educational purposes. [1/2 definitions]
certificate a document affirming or acknowledging one's completion of an educational course or program. [1/6 definitions]
Chautauqua an annual summer program, in this village, of educational and recreational concerts, lectures, and the like. [1/3 definitions]
community center one or more buildings serving a community or neighborhood as a meeting place for social, educational, athletic, or other activities.
countereducational combined form of educational.
dame school an informal school common to Colonial New England in which rudimentary educational and social skills were taught to children by a woman in her home. [1/2 definitions]
diploma a document conferring some honor or privilege, esp. a document granted by an educational institution and certifying that the recipient has completed a course of study or earned a degree.
education the systematic study of educational processes. [1/4 definitions]
educator a person who administers an educational institution. [1/2 definitions]
essentialism the educational doctrine that certain traditional values and skills are necessary elements of society and should be taught to all students.
internship an educational or training program providing a period of practical experience, offered esp. by professional groups and corporations. [1/3 definitions]
JC abbreviation of "junior college," an educational institution that offers a two-year program equivalent to the first two years at a four-year college and that confers an associate degree or certificate.
junior college an educational institution that offers a two-year program equivalent to the first two years at a four-year college and that confers an associate degree or certificate.
Maria Montessori Italian-born U.S. psychiatrist and educator who founded an educational method for young children that emphasizes self-directed, independent learning and nurture of the whole personality (b.1870--d.1952).
noneducational combined form of educational.
regent a member of the governing body of an institution, such as a state university or educational system. [1/3 definitions]