reschool

verb
re·​school | \(ˌ)rē-ˈskül \
reschooled; reschooling

Definition of reschool 

transitive verb

: to school (someone or something) again especially : retrain, reeducate reschooling retired racehorses The day-long grounding to reschool pilots in safety procedures began at noon … — Mark Thompson Later, … I reschooled myself with my son's physics textbooks. — E. J. Applewhite

First Known Use of reschool

1850, in the meaning defined above

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