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Is there any difference between:

To the extent where education is concerned, no major issues were reported.

To the extent that education is concerned, no major issues were reported.

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"To the extent where" sounds unnatural to me, and I would never say it. "To the extent that," on the other hand, is idiomatic, but I can't imagine a context in which I'd use the second sentence you've given as an example. I'd be likelier to say "where education is concerned, no major issues were reported" or – likelier still – "no major educational issues were reported."

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  • Or "as far as education is concerned, ..".
    – Joachim
    Commented Sep 3, 2022 at 10:18

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