noun, plural cur·ric·u·la [kuh-rik-yuh-luh] /kəˈrɪk yə lə/, cur·ric·u·lums.
Origin of curriculum
Related formscur·ric·u·lar, adjectivepre·cur·ric·u·lar, adjectivepre·cur·ric·u·lum, noun, plural pre·cur·ric·u·lums, pre·cur·ric·u·la.
Examples from the Web for curricula
The Common Core standards are not a panacea; much depends on the curricula that states and districts select to implement them.
Should Israeli and Palestinian educators wait for a peace agreement to improve their curricula?
And organizations like ADL have developed training programs, curricula and model legislation to combat bullying.Abraham H. Foxman: Why the Documentary ‘Bully’ Hits Home|Abraham H. Foxman|April 12, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Education in citizenship and technical instruction are part of the curricula.The New Germany|George Young
But how shall this idea be realised in the curricula of our intermediate educational institutions?Popular scientific lectures|Ernst Mach
And it is probably one of the contributory causes which account for the present chaos of curricula.At Large|Arthur Christopher Benson
Their curricula are similar to those used in the secondary schools.The School System of Norway|David Allen Anderson
These questions—Culture, English, and Preaching—should occupy a foremost place in the curricula of our colleges.The Young Priest's Keepsake|Michael Phelan