Translation of education in Spanish:

education

educación, n.

Pronunciation /ˌɛdʒəˈkeɪʃ(ə)n//ɛdjʊˈkeɪʃ(ə)n/

noun

  • 1

    (schooling, instruction)
    educación feminine
    (policy/system) (before noun) educativo
    primary/higher education enseñanza primaria/superior feminine
    • their education was interrupted by the war la guerra interrumpió sus estudios / su educación
    • a liberal/technical education una formación liberal/técnica
    • he didn't have a university education no tuvo estudios universitarios
    • meeting so many different people was an education in itself conocer a tanta gente distinta fue muy instructivo de por sí
    • health education clases de higiene
    • education authority distrito escolar y autoridades correspondientes
    • Its role also includes the inspection of local education authorities, teacher training institutions and youth work.
    • Other recommendations include reversing the trend of mixed sex education and training staff in religious awareness.
    • As a focused team, we can affect legislation, education, and practice issues.
    • One challenge involved putting together information on drugs education.
    • Should environmental education become a core subject in Australian schools?
    • In homeland they get subsidized education from public universities.
    • Are you describing online education as it is practiced today, or is this different?
    • Let us be bold in addressing the issues of psychology education and training, for the next generation is here.
    • So that serves as a good metaphor for the way I think education and practice have separated and not come together.
    • Despite such broad shifts, the core practices of education remain essentially unchanged.
    • But the local education authority has instructed a solicitor to establish who the rightful owner is.
    • In addition, lectures are organised for the families on topics such as health education and prevention of fire.
    • The purpose is to prevent our education from becoming obsolete and irrelevant within new global practices in education.
    • The modular format can link theory and practice, between education and skills used on the job.
    • Thus, the perception of cannabis as a less dangerous drug is not mainly based on a lack of experience or drug education.
    • Another story said he was conducting an experiment in political education.
    • This was all the more striking because he was by education an art historian.
    • To many, adult education is nothing but literacy and remedial education aiming at teaching people how to read and write.
    • I am extremely disgusted by the practice of education in China today as a business.
    • Health education comes as second nature to soap operas.
    • Finally, results and their implications to pharmacy education and practice are discussed.
    • In the public school system, education is compulsory from age six to age sixteen.
    • We regularly do workshops for the local education authority in Schools.
    • Ability comes from hard work, practice, education, blood, sweat and tears.
    • The information you give will be used to develop better health education for young people like yourself.
    • When will the Government open its eyes to the simple fact health education must promote abstinence outside marriage and fidelity within it?
    • All three academies are also supported by their local education authorities.
    • An important part of the mission for many community colleges is developmental education.
    • But how far does this aspiration tally with our own experience of medical education?
    • Many pharmacists feel they require more education to practice within the PC model.
    • Although this has not been a requirement for other modes of medical practice or education, its importance should not be neglected.
    • This means that nursing care and assessments, the heart of nursing education, can be experienced.
  • 2

    (academic subject)
    pedagogía feminine
    teoría de la educación feminine
    educación feminine
    • Teaching undergraduate education does not singularly focus on skills and competencies.
    • Beth had received her degree in teacher education from a large public university in the southwest.
    • I also had four students who would be majoring in art education in college.
    • Her first job involved sitting on the senior management board of the college of teacher education in Awassa.
    • The journal provides a forum for the discussion of the theory and practice of drama and theatre education.
    • Much research about medical education proceeds devoid of theory.
    • Current practice in mathematics education is deeply entrenched and pervasive.
    • Ideal presence was at the very center of his aesthetic, and it was, at bottom, a theory of visual education.
    • In England he applied his theories to dance education and also to designing corrective exercises for factory workers.
    • I was shocked out of my shoes because my master's degree from Hunter College was grounded in education.
  • 3

    (knowledge, culture)
    cultura feminine
    a man of considerable/little education un hombre muy/poco culto

  • 1

    En EEUU la educación primaria y secundaria es proporcionada gratis por el gobierno estatal. Los niños empiezan formalmente el colegio a los cinco años, en un kindergarten. Este conjuntamente con los próximos cinco o seis años de educación se conoce como elementary school. Le siguen ya sea dos años en un junior high school, o tres años en un middle school, y luego los últimos años de educación en un high school, hasta que se cumple 18 años. Después de esta edad la educación no es gratuita, aunque los gobiernos de cada estado subsidian la educación de las personas que viven en ellos. Alrededor del 45% de los norteamericanos sigue alguna clase de educación después de la secundaria y más del 20% se gradúa de algún instituto o universidad. En el Reino Unido, el colegio es obligatorio para los niños entre las edades de cinco y dieciséis años. La educación primaria se obtiene en un infant school seguida de un primary school. Después de los 11 años se empieza la educación secundaria, normalmente en un comprehensive school. Dentro del sistema estatal también existen los colegios Academy, Foundation y Specialist que tienen planes de financiación especiales y una autonomía ampliada. Un número de alumnos más reducido asiste a los grammar schools selectivos grammar school. Después de los 16 años, algunos estudiantes dejan el colegio, otros prosiguen hacia la further education y otros continúan en el colegio para preparar los A levels A level - Advanced level. Si desean acceder a la educación superior, necesitan costearse tanto los gastos de su propio mantenimiento como los de matrícula, para lo cual un gran número solicita préstamos. La mayoría de los alumnos asiste a un colegio estatal y unos pocos a los independent schools independent school, que son de pago.