untaught

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untaught

1. without training or education
2. attained or achieved without instruction
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So what they do is that they take them through a process that takes about six months and they unteach some of the fundamental things about software that these engineers just finished in college.
"He said, 'This is a totally different art form, and I wouldn't have time to unteach you everything you've learned.' "
Parents concerned about both subtle and unsubtle influences of prejudice that their children encounter are still the first line of defense, but all too often, the burden to "unteach" what has been carefully taught falls upon teachers.