Edu Terms Starting With B
A bursar is a financial administrator within an educational institution who is responsible for managing financial matters related to tuition, fees, and student accounts.
A bachelor's degree is an undergraduate academic degree awarded by colleges and universities upon the successful completion of a specific course of study.
Brainstorming is a creative problem-solving technique used to generate ideas and solutions through spontaneous and uninhibited group or individual discussions.
Blended learning is an instructional approach that combines traditional face-to-face classroom instruction with online or digital learning experiences.
Benchmarks in education refer to specific standards or criteria used to measure and assess students' academic progress and achievement.
A Building Fund is a designated financial account or reserve established by organizations, such as educational institutions or government agencies, to accumulate funds for the construction, renovation, maintenance, and improvement of physical facilities, including buildings and infrastructure.
A bond measure, often referred to simply as a "bond," is a financial proposal presented to voters in a local or state election to seek approval for the issuance of bonds to fund specific projects or initiatives, including those related to education.
A Budget Act is a legislative document or law enacted by a government, typically at the state or national level, that authorizes and establishes the government's budget for a specific fiscal year.
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