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Education is a major concern for voters.
the Minister of Education
I came over to England to complete my education.
the responsibility of parents in the education of their children
He wants his children to have a good education.
She was the first in her family to enjoy the privilege of a university education.
public education about legal problems
the development of a health education policy
This is the British English definition of education. View American English definition of education.
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