US Educational Terms Glossary (Garland Green)

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interdiscipinary curriculum

A curriculum that consciously applies the methodology and language from more than one discipline to examine a central theme issue problem topic or experience.

intermediate service agency (ISA) or intermediate unit (IU)

Regional centers or agencies established by some state governments to provide needed services assistance and information to local schools and districts.

International Baccalaureate (IB)

A rigorous college preparation course of study that leads to examinations for highly motivated high school students. Students can earn college credit from many universities if their exam scores are high enough. (Ed Source)


A worldwide network of networks that allows participants in different electronic networks to share information transfer files access news and communicate through electronic mail.


The term refers to funds that schools get for students who are not learning at grade level. They can be used to fund before-school or afterschool programs or to pay for materials and instructors.

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