Historical Timeline

Timeline created by Arianna.schnell
In History
  • Public Schools- Available

    Public Schools- Available
    During the first part of the 19th century is when African American children were able to come to a public elementary school. This happen a while after it was available to American children. This is at the point of U.S. history that children with different colored skin didn't go to the same school at whites. Now we live in school where it doesn't matter the color of your skin.
  • High School Enrollments

    High School Enrollments
    After World War 1 and the Great Depression enrollments for high schoolers increased. This affected the shaping of the K-12 education because without students their wouldn't be school around us. Also without the enrollments we as teachers wouldn't have jobs.
  • Special Education in Public Schools

    Special Education in Public Schools
    In 1970 is when the courts decided that children with differing abilities should be in public school, just like the other children. This is one of the biggest milestones getting us to K-12 education.
  • NAEP- National Assessment of Educational Progress

    NAEP- National Assessment of Educational Progress
    Public schools started using NAEP as a way to check for progress on the students. Studies have shown over the course of the years that there has been improvement in the students work. Reading scores have gone up, math scores have shown improvement.
  • No Child Left Behind Act

    No Child Left Behind Act
    The No Child Left Behind was put into place in 2002. That meaning that no matter what the circumstances no child will be left behind. Which this has had a huge impact on shaping our K-12 education.