curricula curricula  /kə ˈrɪk jə lə/


  • (n) an integrated course of academic studies



  1. In the future, this effort will be bolstered by formalized curricula that specify exactly what kids should know by the end of each grade level.
  2. Some provinces have included Russian Orthodox Culture classes in school curricula with students doing church chores.
  3. It's that type of education that medical schools need to include more in their curricula, says Chretien.


  1. New strategic plan revealed for Verona public schools

    The mission of the new five-year strategic plan is to "empower students to achieve their potential as active learners and productive citizens through rigorous curricula and meaningful, enriching experiences."
    on June 20, 2013     Source: The Record

  2. Teachers get a hands-on lesson in Florida ecology

    The goal is to better equip teachers to teach about Florida ecology while meeting state standards for science curricula.
    on June 20, 2013     Source: The Gainesville Sun

  3. Condoms Approved for Schools in Massachusetts

    The new policy allows students to obtain condoms, unless parents opt them out, and makes sexual education a required part of school health curricula.
    on June 19, 2013     Source: New York Times


  • "We have no disagreement that abstinence education curricula should be medically accurate," said Wade Horn, a top HHS official. "In fact, we insist on it."
    on Oct 19, 2006 By: Wade Horn Source: International Herald Tribune

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