reeducate

[ree-ej-oo-keyt]
verb (used with object), reeducated, reeducating.
1.
to educate again, as for new purposes.
2.
to educate for resumption of normal activities, as a disabled person.
3.
to rehabilitate or reform through education, training, political indoctrination, etc.
Also, re-educate.


Origin:
1800–10; re- + educate

reeducation, noun
reeducative, adjective
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Reeducate them as to their behavior, its impact, and resulting consequences.
If violations are found, it may be necessary to reeducate or retrain employees.
Most often, problems are evidence of the need to reeducate a particular team
  member or of a glitch in the process.
Continually look for opportunities to reeducate staff in a way that encourages
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