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scholastic

1. characteristic of or relating to the medieval Schoolmen
2. a disciple or adherent of scholasticism; Schoolman
3. 
a. a Jesuit student who is undergoing a period of probation prior to commencing his theological studies
b. the status and position of such a student
4. a formalist in art
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China has always valued education, reflecting its Confucian tradition, according to which one must excel scholastically to achieve high professional and social status.
In general, it is hypothesised that tribal children will be having more health problems and scholastically backwardness compared to rural and urban children.
Their results confirmed that students were using FB for scholastically related exchanges, with interactions occurring predominantly around content and discussion of "grades" but also identified its use as a procrastination tool.
I think we all know someone who lit up scholastically, socially, and at home when they found an activity that worked for them.
Studies have shown that art, particularly at that very sensitive age, makes a child's life not only scholastically better but better in general.
But then, here we are talking about thinkers and those scholastically attributed
Luckily, mining black history, which I have done scholastically and creatively for 20 years, brings you face-to-face with so many wonderful characters that it is easy to resist the tropes.
Actually, the law-maker may transgress its power to regulate social situations in the process of passing norms, seeking to define scholastically a series of metalegal concepts within the law, thus, having different consequences, often unintended ones (e.
A Letter of Commendation from the school and National Merit Scholarship Corporation, which conducts the program, has been presented to this scholastically talented senior.
On one hand, MGMPSTs displayed a strong sense of wanting to help middle grades students through a time in their life that they identified as the most difficult, whether emotionally, developmentally, or scholastically.
Several people learn about GS, understand formulations of Korzybski, articulate them, some even teaching scholastically, and yet they think, communicate, and act in the conventional received mode of early upbringing, linguistically and culturally.
Administrators at the focus institution define interdisciplinarity as the extent to which individuals from different disciplines, programs, and departments collaborate scholastically and the degree to which multidisciplinary instructional opportunities for undergraduate students are heightened.