curriculum review group

curriculum review group

A generic term for any group of educators (e.g., the Royal College of General Practitioners in the UK) who periodically review curricula of instruction and training to determine relevance to the future practice of the programme’s trainees.
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In 2002, he was asked by Peter Peacock – then the education minister – to join the 10–strong Curriculum Review Group to investigate Scotland's education system.

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