Definition of educationist in English:

educationist

Pronunciation /ˌejəˈkāSH(ə)nəst/ /ˌɛdʒəˈkeɪʃ(ə)nəst/

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Translate educationist into Spanish

noun

See education

‘The highlight of the event is a series of interactive sessions involving school children, teachers, farmers, educationists, media representatives and development experts.’
  • ‘The gathering comprised the school's management committee members, governing council members, educationists, sportspersons, parents and others.’
  • ‘An elite group comprising diplomats, academics, educationists and journalists celebrated the ‘Day of Slavonic Script and Culture’ in the Capital on Monday.’
  • ‘Thereafter, they were taken to various American cities, where they interacted with Christian, Jewish and Muslim educationists and visited schools run by different religious groups.’
  • ‘Particulars regarding the age from which the scheme can be implemented must be discussed and confirmed by a panel of educationists, teachers and child psychologists.’