- n. Plural form of curriculum.
“There seem to be more “dead male authors” than “dead female authors” in most high school and college curriculums, which is unfortunate.”
“BANHAGLE: The district should pay close attention as to what kind of curriculums are going on in those classes.”
“BANHAGLE: The district should pay closer attention as to what kind of curriculums are going on in those classes.”
“Pearson sells standardized tests, packaged curriculums and Prentice Hall textbooks.”
“I have seen some excellent charter schools, with well-trained educators and solid curriculums.”
“Courses and curriculums are being revised to avoid building silos in business schools and students 'minds.”
“In an interconnected world where English is the language of business, it's hard to believe most Latin American countries don't incorporate this language in their curriculums until middle school or high school.”
“Ed. Note – this is exactly the sort of mashup I am looking for: not software, but rather demonstrating the open sourcing of processes (like curriculums) and creating something new by mashing what works together.”
“The left solution will be more federal control of schools, perhaps even federally designed curriculums and the removal of local school board authority.”
“Others have added months of preparatory work to their curriculums, during which students delve into the economic and political backgrounds of the area they will be visiting.”
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