Historical Timeline TED 200

Timeline created by cneuser
  • Committee of Ten

    Committee of Ten
    A committee of 10 people was established to make a curriculum for high school students who planned on going to college. All students were required to take the rigorous courses regardless of backgrounds.
    Kaplan, L. & Owings, W. (2015). Educational Foundations. Stanford, CT: Cengage Learning. ISBN 0-13-978-1-133-60309-2.
  • Committee of Fifteen

    Committee of Fifteen
    Two years later a committee of fifteen was created to address the elementary level. They created an age appropriate curriculum which focused on grammar, literature, mathematics, history, and geography. Kaplan, L. & Owings, W. (2015). Educational Foundations. Stanford, CT: Cengage Learning. ISBN 0-13-978-1-133-60309-2.
  • Niagara Movement

    Niagara Movement
    DuBois and other African-American intellectuals formed the Niagara Movement to advocate civil justice and eliminate caste discrimination. This would evolve into the NAACP established by DuBois and Dewey. Kaplan, L. & Owings, W. (2015). Educational Foundations. Stanford, CT: Cengage Learning. ISBN 0-13-978-1-133-60309-2.
  • Cardinal Principles Report

    Cardinal Principles Report
    The report recommended that high schools adopt a more comprehensive approach which would place more value on liberal arts, vocational development, physical activity, and personal needs including good hygiene and healthy romantic relationships. This became the blueprint for modern high schools. Kaplan, L. & Owings, W. (2015). Educational Foundations. Stanford, CT: Cengage Learning. ISBN 0-13-978-1-133-60309-2.
  • Coleman Report

    Coleman Report
    The Coleman Report concluded that schools are not society's great equalizer. James S. Coleman suggested that family backgrounds were the most influential factor in student's academic success. The second factor that would affect children's academic success is feeling sense of control over their own fate. Kaplan, L. & Owings, W. (2015). Educational Foundations. Stanford, CT: Cengage Learning. ISBN 0-13-978-1-133-60309-2.