Definition of educationally in English:

educationally

adverb

  • In a way that relates to the provision of education.

    ‘youngsters will benefit educationally and socially’
    as submodifier ‘students from the most educationally disadvantaged backgrounds’
    • ‘The Navy was able to use wargames to cheaply, quickly, and educationally try out different ideas in aviation and even ship design.’
    • ‘Not only is it entertaining, but children will gain educationally from the references to geography, history and chemistry in the movie.’
    • ‘The teachers' role in observing the children's ongoing play was the catalyst for creating this educationally stimulating environment.’
    • ‘Getting educationally deprived people through college is not just a matter of giving them a place on a course.’
    • ‘These people will be educationally well equipped to take up whatever opportunities are on offer there.’
    • ‘Asian Indians are sometimes stereotyped in American society as industrious, prosperous, and professionally and educationally advanced.’
    • ‘One possibility is that young people of minority ethnic origin are more motivated to do well educationally than are their white peers.’
    • ‘What was once chaotic is now more orderly, and, as this research suggests, students seem to be moving ahead educationally.’
    • ‘It has become axiomatic in this country that children from deprived areas are destined to fail educationally.’
    • ‘They are economically backward because they are educationally backward.’

Pronunciation

educationally

/ˌejəˈkāSH(ə)nəlē//ˌɛdʒəˈkeɪʃ(ə)nəli/