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synonyms for pupil

  • graduate student
  • learner
  • senior
  • student
  • undergraduate
  • adherent
  • attendant
  • beginner
  • bookworm
  • brain
  • catechumen
  • disciple
  • follower
  • junior
  • neophyte
  • novice
  • satellite
  • scholar
  • sophomore
  • tenderfoot
  • first-year student
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antonyms for pupil

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  • expert
  • professional
  • professor
  • teacher
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How to use pupil in a sentence

In an effort to measure the profits online charter schools make, the report’s authors compared California’s per-pupil funding with fees charged for the same products in other jurisdictions.
REPORT: CALIFORNIA ‘WASTING’ MILLIONS OF DOLLARS FUNDING ONLINE CHARTER SCHOOLSVALERIE STRAUSSFEBRUARY 2, 2021WASHINGTON POST
“He was a rebellious, difficult pupil — a boy of that age, after all, does not find it easy to stick to hours of practice,” his father wrote in an essay relayed in an email by Cai.
FOU TS’ONG, CHINESE PIANIST WHO BRIDGED EAST AND WEST, DIES AT 86 OF COVID-19EMILY LANGERJANUARY 7, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Per pupil spending in North Carolina then was well below the national average.
HOW A COURAGEOUS SOUTHERN GOVERNOR BROKE RANKS WITH SEGREGATIONISTS IN 1961JOHN DRESCHERJANUARY 1, 2021WASHINGTON POST
While attending a series of Catholic boarding schools, he later wrote of his attraction to other boy pupils.
DANIEL CORDIER, FRENCH RESISTANCE HERO, DIES AT 100PHIL DAVISONNOVEMBER 23, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Teachers have fewer tools at their disposal to hold students accountable now that teachers and pupils don’t share a physical space.
DISTANCE LEARNING IS STRAINING PARENT-TEACHER RELATIONSHIPSASHLEY FETTERSNOVEMBER 12, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Using both EEG and pupil diameter to measure attention, the team found that people with lower sustained attention ability performed worse on the memory tasks.
MEDIA MULTITASKING IS RUINING OUR MEMORY. CAN WE FIX IT?SHELLY FANNOVEMBER 3, 2020SINGULARITY HUB 
Additionally, older kids and teens move around much more when switching classes, and schools generally hold many more pupils than daycare centers do.
THE ‘NEAR-HERCULEAN’ EFFORT BY DAYCARE WORKERS TO PREVENT COVID-19 SPREAD IS WORKINGKATE BAGGALEYOCTOBER 19, 2020POPULAR-SCIENCE
If your pupils are not paying attention it’s because they are not robots!
IT PAYS TO BE A SPACE CASE - FACTS SO ROMANTICALICE FLEERACKERSOCTOBER 7, 2020NAUTILUS
Hence, in dark viewing mode, our eyes’ pupil grows in size, thus requiring more effort to focus on things.
WHY DARK MODE WEB DESIGNS ARE GAINING POPULARITYAMANDA JERELYNSEPTEMBER 30, 2020SEARCH ENGINE WATCH
Many recruiters seem to exclusively chase pupils from large state schools or well-known private schools.
IF COMPANIES DON’T RECRUIT FROM HBCUS, THEY’RE MISSING OUT ON PROMISING EMPLOYEESJAKEMETHSEPTEMBER 25, 2020FORTUNE
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WORDS RELATED TO PUPIL

  • academician
  • lecturer
  • professor
  • pupil
  • scholar
  • scholastic
  • student
  • tutor
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