noneducational

noneducational

(ˌnɒnˌɛdʒʊˈkeɪʃənəl)
adj
not educational or related to educationlacking the ability to educate
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In households where parents have to work overtime and spend long hours commuting to and from work, there is little quality time for the children, who are left pretty much to TV and, lately, electronic gadgets, with a tendency to concentrate on noneducational games.
State and local noneducational taxes accounted for the remaining $8.
Also, the needs of the audience, as well as the information gathered from the analytic tools used by educational organizations, generally serves purposes quite different than the context of noneducational businesses, who are developing adult abilities (i.
Over the last few decades, there has been a large increase in spending for both educational and noneducational purposes by colleges and universities in the United States.
Notwithstanding the provisions of any subsection of the state Employment Security Law, an individual will not be disqualified for such week of part-time employment in a substitute capacity for an educational institution if such individual's most recent employment prior to the individual's benefit year begin date was for a noneducational institution and such individual demonstrates application for work in such individual's customary occupation or for work for which the individual is reasonably fitted by training or experience.
They give the iPad to the child to play for endless hours, with sometimes noneducational links.
demonstrated the various educational and noneducational patterns through
3 Total 230 100 Table 3: Frequency table of students' electronic device use for educational and noneducational purpose Frequency % Educational purpose (h) <1 22 9.
A brief discussion was provided pointing out the need for mindful policy development to avoid unintended consequences that may arise due to the control of noneducational variables in these models.
The government does not want contributors to inflate the 529 plan account beyond what is reasonably necessary to pay educational expenses, then use the plan to accumulate tax-free interest with the contributor intending later to withdraw any substantial excess for personal noneducational use.
EDU a social program of higher average distance education in alternative noneducational spaces