2 edition of Roots of crisis, American education in the twentieth century found in the catalog.
Roots of crisis, American education in the twentieth century
Clarence J. Karier
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Clarence J. Karier, Paul C. Violas, Joel Spring.|
|Series||Rand McNally education series|
|Contributions||Violas, Paul C., Spring, Joel, 1940-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 243 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||243|
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Karier Published by Rand McNally in : As American as Public School, In6 percent of America’s children graduated from high school; by51 percent graduated and 40 percent went on to college.
This program recalls how massive immigration, child labor laws, and the explosive growth of cities fueled school attendance and transformed public education. Prior to the 20th century, high schools focused heavily on Latin and Greek, required coursework in subjects like zoology and mechanical drawing, and.
American policy-makers and educators began to create in earnest our centralized, monopolistic public education system at the turn of the century.
For example, over a relatively brief period from topublic schools increased their share of the high-school population from two-thirds to about 90 percent—a proportion of public to. U.S. History Textbook Resources The Americans: Reconstruction to the 21st Century The following mp3 audio files may also help you learn.
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