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Now, most educated men are for tolerance, and see as Erasmus saw.
Like most educated Russians, he spoke English with barely an accent.

People started making educated guesses about the outcome of the election.
Young men were once educated in good manners, and how to treat a lady.

“A quality education system assists in the development of human potential and improves the well−being of each individual person in British Columbia society.” These words, along with the description of the educated citizen, became educational policy following the report of the Royal Commission on Education (known as the Sullivan Commission), in 1988. They continue to have meaning today.
Achieving British Columbia’s social and economic goals requires well−educated citizens who are able to think critically and creatively and adapt to change. Progress toward the achievement of these goals also depends on the province having citizens who accept the tolerant and multifaceted nature of Canadian society and who are motivated to participate actively in our democratic institutions.

Urban education is a method of schooling that takes place in large, densely populated areas with diverse populations. It can refer to the situations and demands that characterize teaching and learning in large metropolitan areas. Schools that offer an urban education experience usually have a high enrollment rate and a complex bureaucratic system.
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