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Title: The History of American Education


1
The History of American Education
  • Leaders, Movements and Events

2
Old Deluder Satan Act
  • The Old Deluder Act (1647) From Records of the
    Governor and Company of the Massachusetts Bay in
    New England (1853), II 203 It being one chief
    project of that old deluder, Satan, to keep men
    from the knowledge of the Scriptures, as in
    former times by keeping them in an unknown
    tongue, so in these latter times by persuading
    from the use of tongues, that so that at least
    the true sense and meaning of the original might
    be clouded and corrupted with false glosses of
    saint-seeming deceivers and to the end that
    learning may not be buried in the grave of our
    forefathers, in church and commonwealth, the Lord
    assisting our endeavors. It is therefore ordered
    that every township in this jurisdiction, after
    the Lord hath increased them to fifty households
    shall forthwith appoint one within their town to
    teach all such children as shall resort to him to
    write and read, whose wages shall be paid either
    by the parents or masters of such children, or by
    the inhabitants in general, by way of supply, as
    the major part of those that order the
    prudentials of the town shall appoint provided
    those that send their children be not oppressed
    by paying much more than they can have them
    taught for in other towns.
  • And it is further ordered, that when any town
    shall increase to the number of one hundred
    families or householders, they shall set up a
    grammar school, the master thereof being able to
    instruct youth so far as they may be fitted for
    the university, provided that if any town neglect
    the performance hereof above one year that every
    such town shall pay 5 pounds to the next school
    till they shall perform this order.

3
First Leaders
Benjamin Franklin and The Academy 1751
4
Thomas Jefferson
An educated citizenry 1777
5
Noah Webster
American Spelling Book and Dictionary 1783
6
Catherine Beecher
Female Education and Physical Education
7
Litchfield Academy exercise class
8
Emma Willard
Higher Education for Women and Teacher
Education 1821
9
Barhamville Columbia, SC 1859
10
William McGuffey
The McGuffey Reading Series 1836
11
Horace Mann
Common School, Normal School, Public
Education 1837
12
Freidrich Froebel
Kindergarten 1837
13
Limestone Springs High School 1851
14
Plessy Vs. Ferguson Separate but equal
Education 1896
15
Booker T. Washington
Public Education for all children and Vocational
Education Tuskegee Institute 1895
16
W.E.B. Dubois
Higher education for the Talented
Tenth National Association for the Advancement
of Colored People 1905
17
John Dewey
Progressive Education The Laboratory School 1919
18
The Laboratory School
19
Hand-on group work
20
Maria Montessori
Childrens environment 1905
21
Elementary Classroom
22
Segregated by Gender
23
Segregated by Race
24
Brown vs. Board of Education 1954
25
Title IX (1972) and Public Law
94-142(1975) abolish discrimination by gender or
disability
26
Mortimer Adler
Perennialism 1982
27
Robert Hutchins
Perennialism and the Great Books
28
Perennialist Classroom
29
William Bagley
Essentialism No electives Back to Basics
30
Essentialist Classroom
31
Maxine Greene
Existentialism contemporary
32
Existentialist Classroom
33
21st Century No Child Left Behind
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