curatorium (plural curatoriums)

  1. A board of curators or advisory board, in certain European institutions.
    • 1909, New South Wales. Public Instruction Dept. Technical Education Branch, ‎John L. Bruce, A Quarter Century of Technical Education in New South Wales
      In Germany the Continuation School for Girls may be divided into two classes, namely, those under Municipal control, and those established by Unions or "Curatoriums."
    • 1959, International Bureau of Education, Publication (volumes 214-220, page 202)
      In the Ministry of Education there is a department for special education and child welfare, with sections and sub-sections in the curatoriums.
    • 1995, John C. Torpey, Intellectuals, Socialism, and Dissent: The East German Opposition and its Legacy
      The curatorium's founding statement reiterated the activists' previously expressed desire for a new "all-German" constitution taking the best from both the Basic Law and the Round Table's draft constitution.

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