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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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Adil Zainulbhai, Chairman, Quality Council of India said, "I congratulate Safeena Husain and Educate Girls for the amazing work they have done in delivering outcomes on the ground and to the various entities, who have put together the Development Impact Bond (DIB), that has allowed Educate Girls to get on the ground and make such a big difference."
The school looks to combine the essentials of the national education programme with Educate Me's ideas for boosting curriculum through improving students' self-actualisation while still gaining the necessary education certificate and recognition from the government.
It was vital to educate retailers and seed companies about nematodes and this new product as well.
One interviewee explained that using a purely academic model to educate FBI agent managers has limited value for the organization.
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"We educate our people with monthly in-depth seminars on everything ranging from cold calling to real estate software to finance to accounting to construction," said Jim Buslik, a principal at Adams & Company.
The Department of Labor and the AICPA recently announced they have partnered in a national campaign to educate employers and service providers about their fiduciary responsibilities under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act.
We believe that the way we in the United States educate our military, especially senior officers, provides a model for civilian education on national security issues.
In the next 40 years, with 47 percent of our population becoming black and brown, it's in our interest to find a way of not just educating my child, or educating the white child out in the suburbs, but we had best find a way to educate all our kids if the U.S.
They are more likely to avoid diseases and to educate their own children.
Hering is one of thousands of trained volunteer ombudsmen who regularly visit long term care facilities, educate residents of their rights, monitor conditions and care, collect data and provide a voice for those who are unable to speak for themselves.
ADAA's strength has always been in its ability to organize and educate. When we educate from a basis of ever growing numbers, we do a service to our profession and to the dental practices we assist, but most importantly to the patient we serve and educate on the way to better dental health.
Corporate and IR communicators, who had worked diligently to build investor interest, initiated a strategic communication program to stabilize investor opinions, educate them about the nature of the problem and Ashanti's recovery plans, rebuild investor interest and, thus, restore the stock price.