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The Old Deluder Satan Act (1962)

Towns with 50 families had to have a teacher to teach reading and writing. Towns with 100 families had to establish a grammar school (College Prep).

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Benjamin Franklin

Came up with plan for organized schooling, including English, Science, Lab, and no Latin. Also came up with idea for first organized library.

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Thomas Jefferson

founded the university of virginia, one of the first universities to not be centralized around a church.

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Dartmouth College Case (1819)

School was deposed by the trustees. State of NH wanted to make Dartmouth a public school. The decision settled the nature of public vs. private charters.

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Yale Report

Document written by the faculty of Yale defending the classical curriculum, which taught students through a single curriculum, with Latin and Greek at its core. Led to many curriculum being changed throughout the country.

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Horace Mann

American education reformer from MA who founded the Common School Journal, where he wrote about public schools and their problems. Had 6 main principles. Leader of the common school movement.

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Common School Movement

Statewide system of education, that exposed everyone to similar educations. Originally caught on in the North.

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Morrill Act (1862)

Originally set up to establish institutions is each state that would educate people in agriculture, home economics, mechanical arts, and other professions that were practical.

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Kalamazoo Case (1874)

Established taxes for support of public high schools.

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Committee of Ten Report (1893)

Recommending that the secondary school curriculum rededicate itself to the goal of "training and disciplining the mind through academic studies," thus creating a better fit between the subjects offered by the high schools and the colleges receiving t

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John Dewey

Educational reformer who was a major representative of the progressive and progressive populist philosophies of schooling. Model of learning similar to scientific method. (adlib)

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Instrumental View of Intelligence

principals and criteria that were used to analyze individual or unique situations...model put forth by dewey

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Progressive Education

Belief that education must be based on the principle that humans are social animals who learn best in real-life activities with other people.

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Progressive View of Subject Matter

Change in subject matter that reflects the development of children and the changing needs of adults.

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Cardinal Principles of Secondary Education (1893)

Health, Command of Fundamental Processes (Reading, Writing), Worthy Home Membership, Vocation, Civic Education, Worthy Use of Leisure and Ethical Character.

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Project Method

Educational enterprise in which children solve a practical problem over a period of several days or weeks.

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The Eight-Year Study

National program using 30 high schools and 300 colleges that was used to address the rigidness of the high school curriculum.

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G.I Bill (1944)

Provided college or vocational education for returning World War II veterans, as well as one year of unemployment compensation

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Social Mobility

Show the differences in education and social classes.

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Social Reproduction

Argues that schools are not institutions of equal opportunity but mechanisms for perpetuating social inequalities.

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Americanization (c.1900)

Made schools more age graded with a curriculum. Educational system order regularity and predictability were gained.

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Franklin Bobbitt

Schools should provide experiences that related to what citizens need for their society.

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Life Adjustment Education

Education was meant to prepare people for the working world. School should focus on the need of society.

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Robert Hutchins

Dean of Yale Law School. Educational reformer who believed that all students take the same courses, 16 classes over 4 yeas, ending with a 6 hour exam for the grade. Focused on the idea of a liberal education.

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Perennialism

People should be taught topics that are of perpetual importance to people everywhere. Aim of education is to ensure that students understand ideas of Western Civilization.

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Lawrence Cremin

Educational reformer who was teacher at Columbia and a critic of progressive education.

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Jonathan Kozol

Critic of public education, particularly the inner city schools.

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Maxine Greene

Educational reformer who focused on the vitality of the arts. Former professor at Columbia.

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Theodore Sizer

Former professor at Brown, education critic who used 9 different educational theories (Value, Knowledge, Human Nature, Learning, Communication, Society, Opportunity, and Consensus). Father of the Essential School Movement.

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Deborah Meier

Leader of the school reform movement and an educational theorist. Active member of the Essential School Movement.

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Plessy v. Ferguson (1896)

Upheld racial segregation of schools. Institution of "Seperate but Equal."

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Sweat v. Painter (1950)

prohibited Sweatt from attending Univ. of Texas law school, due to laws which allowed segregation. led to formation of Texas Southern Univ.

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Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka (1954)

Declared 'seperate but equal' unconstitutional.

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Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka (1955)

left desegregation of schools to the district courts

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Desegregation

ending of racial segregation.

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Sputnik and the National Defense Education Act (1958)

provided funding to educational institutions of all levels, because of fear that US was falling behind the soviets in science.

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War on Poverty

expanded the governments role on social welfare relating to education.

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Cultural Defecit Theory

states that students from some minority backgrounds are responsible for problems in school and their poor grades.

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Head Start

provides education to eligible families to ensure that children are enrolled in school

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Elementary and Secondary Education Act (1965)

forbids the establishment of a national curriculum

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Equal Education Opportunity

no one will be denied education on account of race, color, sex, national origin

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Coleman Report (1966)

argued that school funding has little effect on student achievement, and that it was based on student backgrounds

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Busing

process of transporting students in order to redress prior social segregation

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White Flight

whites flee to other communities once minorities start to inhabit the area.

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Magnet Schools

private schools with specialized courses and curricula, offered as a means of remedying racial segregation.

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Summerhill

allows children to progress at their own pace, instead of meeting standards by certain ages

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Free (Open) Schools

decentralized method of schooling, often without a hierarchy of control

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The "Hidden" Curriculum

refers to various types of knowledge gained in primary and secondary school settings, usually with a negative connotation referring to inequalities suffered

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West Virginia v. Barnett (1943)

protected students from being forced to salute the American flag and say the Pledge of Allegiance in school.

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Ivan Illich

critics of western culture, believed in the de-institutionalizing of schools.

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Establishment Clause (1st Amendment)

prohibits the establishment of a national religion, and the favoritism of one religion over another