When I check the various dictionaries I have access to, education seems to be used only as an uncountable or singular noun for the phenomenon as such, but when I google educations it seems to be used to some extent also as a more general word for actual 'manifestations' of education, such as courses and programmes, so now I'm wondering whether the following sentences are correct:
We are reviewing our array of educations at the moment (meaning that we are reviewing the different courses and programmes on offer)
There will be a new set of educations in the autumn (meaning that there will be a number of new courses and programmes in the autumn)
I'd be very grateful for any native speaker input I can get on this, since the mere fact that I have found some support for this use on google doesn't prove that it's correct – or even makes sense to native speakers :)
If education cannot be used in this way, is there another word I can use in this context, as a more general alternative to course and programme?