A curriculum, in general, is a document that identifies the determining values in learning and teaching based on a narrower or wider consensus, defines the compulsory objectives and requirements, together with the cultural domains and their schemes. (Kotschy B. 1998)
In Hungarian educational policy, the National Core Curriculum (NCC) is the highest level regulatory document concerning the content of curricula.
Framework Curricula act as regulators among the National Core Curriculum and the local curricula of schools. The Ministry of Education published a central Framework Curriculum, but schools may grant accreditation to alternative framework curricula as well. A Local Curriculum is a document regulating the school’s educational process.
A syllabus is the chronological arrangement of requirements for each class, usually for one school-year.
The National Core Curriculum
The 243/2003. (XII.17) government decree issued on the introduction and application of the National Core Curriculum
The 10/2003. (IV.28) ministerial decree on the modification of the 28/2000. (IX.21.) decree on issuing, introducing and adaptation of frame curricula
Our environment, as school subject, in Grades 1 to 4
Our nature, as school subject, in Grades 5 to 6
Our country and society, as a module, in Grades 5 to 6
Our Earth and Environment (Geography), as school subject, in Grades 7 to 8
Our Earth and Environment (Geography), as subject in secondary grammar schools, in Grades 9 to 10
Our Earth and Environment (Geography), as subject in vocational secondary schools, in Grades 9 to 10
Our Earth and Environment (Geography), as subject in technical schools, in Grades 9 to 10
Curriculum and syllabus proposals by Mozaik Publishing House
A subject curriculum for local curricula based on the Framework Curriculum
A Nemzeti Tankönyvkiadó tanterv- és tanmenetjavaslatai