core curriculum

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core′ curric`ulum


n.
a school curriculum in which the subjects are correlated to a central theme.
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This curriculum was specifically designed for students fulfilling their general education (Gen Ed) science requirement, and as such was designed to nurture habits of thinking and emphasize connections to everyday life (Meinwald & Hildebrand, 2010).
More importantly, they meet the needs of individuals who need skills training but not all of the other "Gen Ed" courses that community colleges charge for.
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