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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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What's more, as embedding proved successful during Operation Iraqi Freedom, the practice continues receiving support that furthers civic education in other ways--for example, local newspaper reporters are accompanying units of the Pennsylvania Army National Guard as they deploy to Iraq.[2] Embedding of journalists provides an informal vehicle for educating journalists themselves, which can only enhance their communication of national security issues to the public.
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.
Ryan cautions all of us as to the dangers inherent in any Chosinness, in our needing to know how to counter this criminal metaphysical metastasis at its source in educating ourselves, as well as others, in new and old ways of thinking and believing.
They also take time away from planning lessons, and they usually have little to do with the day-to-day reality of educating kids, Course offerings like the "Environments of School" may be intellectually stimulating, but what new teachers really need is practical, hands-on experience.
"We don't feel the church did anything wrong by taking these children and educating them.
It was intuition that propelled Mattagami First Nations Chief Chad Boissoneau to forge ahead with the idea of educating band members to tree harvest for the lumber giants of the North, thereby increasing employment in his own community.
The Salesians have instituted a plan to combat alcoholism and illiteracy, and are working in educating the children.
According to state law, districts are required to cover 75 percent of a charter school's expenses for educating a student.
Our cover story, "Back to School: Your growth lies in educating the public about LTC options," starts on page 28.
Whites resented paying taxes for educating black children even though twice as much money was spent on each white child.
Campus Green Vote, part of the Center for Environmental Citizenship, is countering such political apathy by training and educating students on environmental and political campaigns, while spurring students to register to vote.
By educating prisoners, we turn costly freeloaders into tax-paying citizens.
Education Secretary Kirsty Williams is announcing today the details of the plan compile a list of parents educating their children at home.
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