History of Multicultural Education

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In History
  • School districts of Abington Township, Pennsylvania vs Schempp

    School districts of Abington Township, Pennsylvania vs Schempp
    This event marks a history where no state law or school board may require that passages from the Bible be read or that the Lord's Prayer be recited in the public schools. The state supreme concluded that it violated the first amendment, after upon paying this law the student the student could excuse him self .Is also a first view of separation of church and state, but applied in public schools.
  • Bilingual Education act

    Bilingual Education act
    Provided bilingual education to those native language was not english or not born in the U.S.A. Also it provided the same equality of education such as books, teachers and curriculum for students that do not understand english.
  • Higher Education Act of 1965

    Higher Education Act of 1965
    This law was passed to achieve higher education to strengthen the educational resources of our colleges and universities and to provide financial assistance for students in postsecondary and higher education (Pub. L. No. 89-329). Which provided more financial aid such as grands, loans and other programs in order from a student to continue with higher education.
  • The Rehabilitation Act of 1973 Section 504

    The Rehabilitation Act of 1973 Section 504
    The Rehabilitation Act becomes a law by providing vocational rehabilitation services, training programs, education and activities for those individuals with the most severe disabilities. This historical even is special because of this law it allows individuals with intellectual disabilities to be productive citizens in our society.
  • Columbia College begin admitting woman

    Columbia College begin admitting woman
    Andrea Solomon was the first woman to be admitted to Columbia College. For nearly 229 years Columbia College remain a same sex and not allowing woman to attend the college. This marks history in many ways because it was when colleges began to allow woman to pursue higher education.
  • Proposition 187

    Proposition 187
    This proposition was passed in California to backlash illegal immigrants. Upon passing this proposition it limited services including education to children who were not born in the U.S.A. It also allowed to require police, health care professionals and teachers to verify and report the immigration status of all individuals, including children.
  • Obama to Public Schools: Allow Transgender Students Access to Bathrooms

    Obama to Public Schools: Allow Transgender Students Access to Bathrooms
    This laws marks a huge milestone in the LGBT community because it allows individuals to assist to the restroom in public schools depending on what gender him/her identifies with. And by doing neutral restroom or all gender restrooms will make and individual more comfortable to enter. President Obama has slammed the law, saying, "I think it’s very important for us not to send signals that anybody is treated differently.”
  • 'We deserve better': Students nationwide walk out in massive protest over gun violence

    'We deserve better': Students nationwide walk out in massive protest over gun violence
    This protest is important to acknowledge because students from all over the country walk out in protest to be heard. Be heard for one thing only and that is to stop school shootings, in which they also implement to have more stricter laws for guns control. Nearly 2,000 plus walk out in protest calling the "national walk out day"
  • DACA

    DACA
    DACA allows defers deportation proceedings for two years for qualified individuals who were brought to the United States illegally when they were children. This marks a huge part in history especially for those who were brought as children and wanted to continue higher education. Many of these qualified recipients are already college graduates, but cannot hold a job because of their immigration status. Though is now in jeopardy of being taken away, and leave dreamers left behind.
  • Los Angeles teachers are on strike

    Los Angeles teachers are on strike
    A teacher job is never easy specially when they constantly face budget cuts and no support from the administrative side. And many teachers in Los Angeles, Ca decided they wanted to be heard by going on a strike leaving nearly 600,000 students from different schools districts on limbo. The strike lasted for six long days demanding smaller class sizes, bigger teacher salaries, and more counselors and nurses in the district's.