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Re-education may refer to:
- A euphemism for brainwashing, efforts aimed at instilling certain beliefs in people against their will
- Reeducation camp, the name given to the prison camps operated by the government of Vietnam following the end of the Vietnam War
- Re-education through labor, the name given to a system of administrative detentions in the People's Republic of China
- Reeducation camps (Kyohwaso in Korean), the name given to prison labor camps in North Korea
- Rehabilitation (penology)
- Physical therapy
- Adult education, education for adults
- "Re-Education (Through Labor)", a single by punk rock band Rise Against from their 2008 album Appeal to Reason
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