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indoctrinate

verb beat into, beat into the head, brainwash, brainwash with propaganda, convert, convince, drill into, drum into, get into the head of, imbue, implant, impregnate, impress upon the mind, inculcate, infect, infix, influence, infuse, ingrain, instill, persuade, pound into head, program, subvert, train, urge, win over
Associated concepts: indoctrinating jurors
See also: convince, discipline, educate, imbue, inculcate, initiate, instill, instruct, persuade, prevail, teach
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Meanwhile, the Milwaukee voucher plan will continue to drain tens of millions of dollars annually from that city's needy public schools: Milwaukee sectarian schools are raking in $4,900 per student per year--more than they spend educating and indoctrinating.
These religiously affiliated institutions generally pervade their entire curriculum with religious dogma, indoctrinating students on controversial subjects such as abortion, creationism and the role of women in society.
Federal and state legislators allied with religious activists continue relentless pressure to establish indoctrinating rituals (prayer and Bible reading) in public schools.
Not only do these advisors form part of his most intimate circle of political confidants, but they have also been instrumental in organizing, arming, and indoctrinating Chavez' "Bolivarian circles," a network of revolutionary cells spread throughout the civilian and military sectors.
We met a beautiful young mother, Jill Weinlein, slipping her 2-year-old daughter, Elizabeth, in a backpack and taking off down the street to deliver hot meals to homebound seniors - a mother indoctrinating her baby girl early into the world of good deeds and community service.