Core-curriculum



noun, Education.
1.
a curriculum in which all or some of the subjects or courses are based on a central theme in order to correlate the subjects and the theme.
noun

the subjects and courses that are required study for the students of a particular school
Examples

High school students must take the core curriculum to graduate.

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