Education reform

Education reform
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  • Before education reform, schools only operated in the summer, in poorly run facilities. Along with this, only the male student of richer families got the little education from unqualified male teachers.
  • This summer, we will be learning how to read. The Bible.
  • Factories consumed all the time of children, making it so education was rare and in little demand. As both schools and factories were privately owned, underprivledged kids suffered the most 
  • Why do we have to work all the time?
  • Horace man seeks to change education in the USA, by holding it up to standards of other nations. He preaches for common schools and education for each age group. Through lobbying and becoming a representative, Horace man helped public schools (funded by taxes) appear around the nation.
  • A2+ B2=C2
  • Education should be for the public and will educate the masses through positive reinforcement and properly trained teachers.
  • Horace Mann advocated for professional teachers who were trained in special  facilities.   During the industrial  revolution as women became more economically mobile, made up the new  qualified teaching force.
  • Welcome to your teaching qualification course!
  • The Morrill  Land Grant Acts were signed in by President Abraham Lincoln after Horace Manns death. The act grants 30,000 acres of federal land to each state. The land will be used for public schools and shows the new federal dedication to education
  • With the help of President Lincoln I hereby dedicate 30,000 acres of land per state for public schools!
  • After the reformation schools looked similar to ones today.  Although there were still ways to go, basic education was beginning to reach the masses all year round. Girls and boys separated by age groups received more positive reinforcement by a qualified teacher in their pursuit of opportunity and education.
  • Welcome to your intro in mathmatics!
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