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educate (someone) in (something)

To train or prepare oneself or someone in a particular area or subject. I always try to educate my daughters in the business world so they are prepared for success when they get older.
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educate for (something)

To train and prepare oneself or someone for a particular job or task. A noun or pronoun can be used between "educate" and "for." I was educated for a career in law, but I decided to pursue art instead. Even though my daughters are still in school, I always try to educate them for success in the business world.
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educate someone for something

to train someone for something or to do something. I wasn't educated for doing this kind of thing. He had spent many years educating himself for just this kind of job.
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educate someone in something

to train someone about something; to school someone in something. Her parents educated her in the ways of the old country. She had educated herself in the ways of big business.
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Yasser said Educate Me observes how students were accustomed to studying before they came to the organisation, and how they compare to other kids who come from other forms of education when paired together.
Educate athletes in your community on the importance of ethics and morals in sports.
We're not only resisting unjust and punitive laws, but we're also trying to educate people about this.
Serebra's Chairman and CEO Ted Moorhouse, who is attending the invitation-only Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting for the third consecutive year, said, "I am pleased to introduce the new Educate the World campaign to prominent guests from all over the world.
Valent utilizes a number of resources to help educate growers including press releases, print advertising, direct mail and our Web site, www.
We also try to educate our Boards by asking them to make a site inspection with their Property Manger, especially when we first assume management of a building.
They educate a disproportionate number of the nation's corporate lawyers, investment bankers, leading doctors, and influential academics, and they rely heavily on SAT scores in the admissions process.
Jesus would expect good Christians to work toward achieving those ends - not forget those in prison and educate those who have the ability and inclination.
BALTIMORE -- Educate Online, a new company with a long history in education, launched today.
To educate the marketplace and build awareness, print advertisements, collateral inserts and a variety of training and educational materials were created, coupled with an aggressive public relations effort, a strong presence at industry trade shows, and an academic symposium and industry leader meetings to discuss functional genomics.
I believe in education, and I believe education is the most important thing in Armenia - if we don't educate our children, we are not going to get ahead,'' Tufenkian said.
The Clinton Administration has changed the strategy to "Goals 2000: Educate America Act.
Training programs are a great way to educate residents about enhancing security in the building.
The updated drink smart[R] website serves to educate legal purchase age adults who choose to drink about doing so responsibly, by providing them with useful information and tips on how to drink responsibly.
We have made an effort to educate our customers and their growers about the disease when we've had opportunities.