uneducable


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uneducable

(ʌnˈɛdjʊkəbəl)
adj
incapable of being educated
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Hence, too, the need to maintain appropriate mechanisms to restrain and correct the wayward who resist that training or who through their own misconduct prove themselves uneducable.
Born with cerebral palsy Laura, now 44, and a Newsome resident, was considered to be uneducable.
After two years under her guidance, a group of children - who had formerly been considered uneducable - took a school examination alongside other children.
Teachers who practice transcultural pedagogy do not see their black students as deficient, behind, from broken homes, uneducable.
As a result, the public perceived schools not meeting the NCLB's AYP index as staffed by poor-quality teachers and uneducable students.
It is not quite clear from the context whether Stowe means to frighten her Northern readership at another example of Southern atrocities (enslavement of poor whites as well as blacks) or whether she sees subordination of an unruly and uneducable class of people as desirable.
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania (1972), established that the state could not deny education to a child with a disability because he or she was determined to be uneducable or because the child was not toilet trained.
While a staffer for the Senate Agriculture Committee, Merrigan was completely uneducable about the importance of genetically improved plant varieties to advances in agriculture.
44) Rollo opens by replicating this sense that uneducable nature, bad estate planning on the part of the late ruler, and overoptimism about Rollo's mentality have combined to make an untenable situation.
Uneducable investors will demand new products with promises of profits without the pain of the recent past.
Along with another cousin, Lillian Gregg, Elfrida set up a kindergarten for children considered uneducable and mentally defective.