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syl·la·bi

 (sĭl′ə-bī′)
n.
A plural of syllabus.

syllabi

(ˈsɪləˌbaɪ)
n
(Education) a plural of syllabus
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However, students charged that authorities were insisting that the new syllabi must be taught when they didn't have well established syllabus, further claiming that South Sudan was randomly borrowing Uganda's Syllabus which they claimed to be South Sudanese syllabi.
LAHORE -- Major changes in syllabi at graduate and postgraduate level are necessary to bring interfaith and intra-faith harmony in society.
JEDDAH: ARAB NEWSPrivate schools that have replaced Saudi school syllabi with their own without the permission of the Ministry of Education will be punished, said an official ministry source.
Now that we're flying, we will be able to validate and evaluate both the pilot and maintainer syllabi as we train the initial cadre of instructors.
THE Delhi University's academic council ( AC) on Tuesday cleared the new syllabi of history and sociology, but not without riders.
The particular curriculum documents analyzed were two versions of the syllabi of primary school language arts curriculum released by the Ministry of Education (MOE) in 1978 and 2000.
She added that Grade 9 and 11 were crucial stages in a child's life and such sudden shift in syllabi was too risky for the student.
CAIRO: In the latest of a series of surprise visits and inspections in schools, Minister of Education Ahmed Zaki Badr fired the head of the Syllabi Development Center and demoted 98 teachers, headmasters and administrators, in a move aimed at culling corruption at the ministry.
Faculty members may use the findings of this study to adjust their syllabi to improve communication to different types of students.
Throughout the text, and in the appendix, are examples of syllabi and maps from different disciplines.
BEFORE YOU PREPARE YOUR SYLLABI FOR YOUR NEXT SEMESTER COURSES, I would suggest that you read Monica D'Antonio's lively article in the July 19, 2007 issue of the Chronicle of Higher Education ("If Your Syllabus Could Talk," http:// chronicle.
The CSWE published a compendium of exemplar qualitative research syllabi (Burnette, 1998), and several syllabi from social work and allied disciplines are found online (Chenail, 1998), but no content analyses are available.