co-educate

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co- +‎ educate

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co-educate (third-person singular simple present co-educates, present participle co-educating, simple past and past participle co-educated)

  1. To educate children of both sexes together.
    • 2005, Chris Gaine, ‎Rosalyn George, Gender, 'Race' and Class in Schooling: A New Introduction (page 132)
      Fiercely academic and successful, these schools, arguably, had resisted the 'egalitarian' impulse to co-educate and were providing a space where girls could aspire to be doctors, mathematicians and politicians.

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