curricular

adjective
cur·​ric·​u·​lar | \kə-ˈri-kyə-lər \

Definition of curricular 

: of or relating to a curriculum

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Success Academy officials first appealed to State Education Department Commissioner MaryEllen Elia, who ruled in favor of the DOE to require a contract with curricular oversight. Jimmy Vielkind, WSJ, "Success Academy Wins Legal Battle With New York City Over Its Pre-K Curriculum," 20 Nov. 2018 And with a strong history in the extra-curricular activity, both Solon Science Olympiad teams have won national championships in the past. Thomas Jewell, cleveland.com, "Solon middle schoolers capture state title in Science Olympiad," 2 May 2018 Each scholar was selected for academic achievement, extra-curricular participation and community service. baltimoresun.com, "Digest (June 19): Ravens Foundation selects five for college scholarships," 19 June 2018 With the new funding, the network will be able to expand to 500 more educational twinnings, and support the development of new pedagogical and curricular resources, online teacher training, branding and more. Sun-Sentinel.com, "Jewish Agency to expand school-twinning program," 10 July 2018 At the moment, most U.S. education programs for health professionals have little curricular time dedicated to substance use, addiction, dependence, and their implications. Sandeep Kapoor, STAT, "‘Angels in America’ again: It’s time to humanize addiction," 1 June 2018 Top-down curricular mandates hamstring teachers from utilizing materials appropriate for the intellectual and emotional maturity of their class and from finding more effective ways to connect with impressionable minds. BostonGlobe.com, "Should the Legislature adopt the bill aimed at modernizing sex education in Massachusetts?," 1 June 2018 The levy will help the district maintain music, physical education and career technical education programs, as well as other extra curricular opportunities. Christina Lords And Michael Katz, idahostatesman, "West Ada just got the funding to build a new high school and restore teaching positions | Idaho Statesman," 13 Mar. 2018 Photos These are especially great for coaches or extra curricular instructors, who often participate in fun, exciting events and moments with your kid. USA TODAY, "What to gift your kid's teacher for Teacher Appreciation Week," 11 May 2018

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First Known Use of curricular

circa 1909, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for curricular

curriculum + -ar

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