Historical Timeline

Timeline created by Lennon_Shimon
  • Public High Schools

    Public High Schools
    If it weren't for public schools, most kids probably wouldn't be able to afford going to a private school. The result of there being no fee to attend school provides kids that are less fortunate and those who simply don't want to go to a private school to attend school and get an education.
  • Standardized Testing

    Standardized Testing
    Standardized testing creates an opportunity for a teachers superior to evaluate how successful their education styles are working. It also pushes students to want to learn the material to therefore have better tests scores, which in return teaches the students the specific material.
  • Special Education

    Special Education
    The 1958 Public Law 85-926 to support the training and preparation of special education teachers allowed families with children that had disabilities to give their kids an education. This is important because students with disabilities often feel left out when it comes to learning. But just because someone has a disability doesn't mean that they can't learn the same material and learn at the same pace as their peers without a disability can.
  • Virtual Education

    Virtual Education
    The innovation of virtual education helps students learn at their own pace and still be able to get an education like their peers. This is important because some students learn better when they work at their own pace instead of trying to keep up with their classmates and possibly fall behind. If students do fall behind, online-learning provides students to make up credits for failed or missed classes to get their diploma.
  • No Child Left Behind Act

    No Child Left Behind Act
    The No Child Left Behind Act focused on providing every student an education, especially low-income students, minority students, English language learners, and students with disabilities to receive an education. This is important because without it students that come from a low-income household or for students who have disabilities to get to go to school and to learn to get an education.