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In Massachusetts during the 1820s through the 1850s there was a need for education reform. The goal of the movement was to make education available to all.
Before reform only boys with wealthy families could attend school.
Horace Mann and Prudence Crandall were the reformers for this movement. Prudence Crandall was a woman born in Hope Valley, Hopkinton, Rhode Island. She was a school teacher and activist. Horace Mann was born in Franklin, Massachusetts and was a politician.
Taxes were also created to pay for public schools.
This movement caused public schools to be established for all genders and races.
First Day that school was availabe for all
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