Definition of miseducation in US English:

miseducation

noun

  • See miseducate

    • ‘Fortunately, after entering the workforce many youngsters continue to learn and will correct the miseducation they suffered as adolescents.’
    • ‘We've lost so much of what we were because of our cultural shame, our miseducation about our culture, he says.’
    • ‘Fiscal neglect and miseducation are other components of a larger campaign against children.’
    • ‘More troublesome than the absence of sex ed is the presence of miseducation.’
    • ‘Progressive journalists, political activists, and educators are only too aware that U.S. citizens' ignorance of geopolitical realities is socially based, the effect of poor education, some would even say, miseducation.’

Pronunciation

miseducation

/ˌmisˌejəˈkāSHən/