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curricular

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcurricularcur‧ric‧u‧lar /kəˈrɪkjələ $ -ər/ adjective [only before noun]  relating to the curriculum of a school curricular changes
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curricularOrganisation within the school emphasises whole-staff participation in management, cross-phase teams in curricular areas and whole-school planning strategies.While reducing head teachers' autonomy in curricular matters, the 1988 Act increases it in matters of financial management.The structure reflects traditional curricular preoccupations in special education.In each of these a textbook may be present as a resource, but it does not dictate the curricular program.Genuine curricular reform needs to begin by acknowledging that not all of the facts we teach children will stick with them.Two pairs of concepts have been elaborated in the light of empirical work conducted in actual curricular settings.These sources make it clear we will be fed yet more standardized testing and curricular standards.There is probably no curricular subject that creates as much anxiety for parents as writing, and this is no surprise.
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