noneducational

noneducational

(ˌnɒnˌɛdʒʊˈkeɪʃənəl)
adj
not educational or related to educationlacking the ability to educate
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The audit also concluded education officials did not properly monitor parents' spending, even after questionable purchases were denied, including on music albums deemed noneducational, Blu-ray movies, cosmetics and a transaction at a seasonal haunted house."
In one repeated tactic, the lawsuit said, counselors told potential students they could use their financial aid money for noneducational expenses, "even though federal law prohibits this conduct."
The ANN architecture is formed from 2 input variables which are the dimensions or the frequency of the educational websites and noneducational websites per user, and the corresponding three output variables which are the expected feature subspaces and class label.
To them, the CCTV/CGTN story was generic, too official, governmental, and noneducational. These quotes capture well the spirit of the discussions on each side:
Community schools and other wraparound models address the fragmentation that characterizes our education, health, and social service systems in important ways, especially by connecting K-12 students to the noneducational services and supports students and their families need.
To the extent that an online learner is situated similarly to an online consumer of noneducational goods or services, the value of an online student's mined data can be just as high.
7) Community "noneducational settings" (Malcolm et al., 2003, p.
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.
Davis (1986) and Kang (2006) looked at language use in noneducational environments.
State and local noneducational taxes accounted for the remaining $8.0 billion (41%).
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.