re-educative

re-educative

(riːˈɛdjʊkətɪv)
adj
(Education) of or relating to re-education
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Social educators define themselves as belonging to a clearly re-educative profession, and work with people with social difficulties, very well defined in professional collectives in the social fields (42,5%) and, also, with minors (45,3%), and less frequently in other working areas, as with the adults (5,6%) and handicapped persons (6,2%).
Much of the work undertaken by the Probation Trust is intended to have a deterrent and re-educative effect.
Inevitably Humphrey Carpenter's history of what began fifty years ago as 'the prime re-educative agency of the post-war world' reveals a less comfortable state of affairs.