uneducable


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uneducable

(ʌnˈɛdjʊkəbəl)
adj
incapable of being educated
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It was predicted that he would never walk or speak, and he would be virtually uneducable.
Veteran teachers deemed these North Manual students uneducable in strong contrast to the middle class, white, suburban youth, whose forceful performance of "The Star-Spangled Banner," proclaimed order and unity and whose chemistry labs portrayed substantive, well-funded, modern teaching.
According to an old paradigm, mentally retarded children (now more often called intellectually or cognitively disabled) are uneducable and incurable.
Prior to IDEA there were many misconceptions and prejudices about individuals with disabilities who were labeled uneducable, defective, or undesirable, and many were placed in an institution for a shortened life of exclusion.
According to Frasca, singers and musicians such as tenor Enrico Caruso created a new and positive image of the Italian-American immigrant, one that countered the dominant narrative of Italians as primitive and uneducable to American values and standards of living.
including the sometimes loyal and benign but more often ignorant, foolish, and uneducable black stereotype.
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.
32) Yet this dynamic futurity seems starkly less heterogeneous than Wells's Modern Utopia; his New Republic's approaches to the uneducable classes range from the eugenicist through to the genocidal: the
After two years under her guidance, a group of children - who had formerly been considered uneducable - took a school examination alongside other children.