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  • noun Plural form of curriculum.

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Examples

  • Much of today's curricula is organized around this concept.

    Jenifer Fox: Education, What are we Talking About?

  • The Republican lieutenant governor of Missouri, Peter Kinder, said, “The distribution of teaching curricula from the White House to the classroom clearly usurps the authority of our local school boards and school administrators” — ignoring how previous administrations and his own state government offer teaching materials.

    “Set Your Own Goals for Your Education”

  • "Canon" was the term adopted to identify those works of literature that should be included in curricula of literary study -- after literary study was itself made respectable as an "academic" subject, a process that wasn't really complete until after World War II.

    Poetry

  • Much of today's curricula is organized around this concept.

    Jenifer Fox: Education, What are we Talking About?

  • The Republican lieutenant governor of Missouri, Peter Kinder, said, “The distribution of teaching curricula from the White House to the classroom clearly usurps the authority of our local school boards and school administrators” — ignoring how previous administrations and his own state government offer teaching materials.

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • One might say that this kind of inattention to what objectively characterizes the work of writers from the past, a failure to actually read it, is almost inevitable when these writers become known to us only -- or at least mostly -- through their inclusion in curricula of academic study -- through being listed on course syllabi of various kinds.

    Canonical Writers

  • These days the curricula is much more subtle than it used to be, but the basic core is still the same.

    ccfinlay: You lost me at punished

  • Most law school curricula is very much the same as in the days of Christopher Columbus Langdell, with the addition of niche topics and seminars, and laptop hookups.

    Archive 2005-12-01

  • Most law school curricula is very much the same as in the days of Christopher Columbus Langdell, with the addition of niche topics and seminars, and laptop hookups.

    Law Schools VS Law Libraries

  • The story she links to suggests, I think, that adding the study of the Bible to high school curricula is a Trojan horse, out of which streams of screaming Christians will descend.

    Bible in Public Schools

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