Time line of Landmark

  • The General Court of the Massachusetts Bay Colony

    The General Court of the Massachusetts Bay Colony
    During this time the general court of Massachusetts Bay Colony made it that every town that consisted of 50 families should at least have an elementary school. This also made it that every 100 families should have a latin school as well. The goal of this was for children to learn about the bible but to also receive basic education.
  • Plessy v.Ferguson

    Plessy v.Ferguson
    The U.S supreme court Ruled that Louisiana could be "Separate but equal." In this time, people of color were separated from all places railroads, schools etc. During this time it was said that both white and colored people would have the same opportunities but that they couldn't be together. In all reality it was never equal white people always got the best opportunities when the color people got no opportunities it was never equal!
  • Brown v. the Board of Education, Topeka

    Brown v. the Board of Education, Topeka
    Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka this time this was history. This was when the supreme court agreed that segregated school were not as equal as people thought it was. This was when the supreme court finally agreed that there would be no segregation any longer. White people did not take this change great!
  • Miranda v. Arizona

    Miranda v. Arizona
    Ernesto Miranda was a Mexican immigrant from Phoenix Arizona. A women then accused this young man of kidnapping and raping her. He then confessed to these crimes.
  • Title IX

    Title IX
    Title IX is a federal civil rights law in the United States which was part of the education amendment. This law prohibits sex- based discrimination in any school or anything that involves education or receives federal money. Feminists during this time protested that this goes into effect as many young women were being discriminated by males. This was something that had to be done because many students were suffering from these problems.
  • Goss v. Lopez

    Goss v. Lopez
    During this time, Nine students in an Ohio public school were suspended for a total of 10 days. They were suspended due to disruptive behavior however, they did not do anything. The court then later said they couldn't do that because the state has provide everyone with an education.
  • Education of all Handicapped Children Act

    Education of all Handicapped Children Act
    This act was passed in the by congress in1975. This act was made that all public schools in the United States would give equal chances to students that have disabilities. These schools would examine and create educational plans for these students in order for them to succeed in school. This would also allow parents of these students to have a say in their children's education.
  • Pyler v. Doe

    Pyler v. Doe
    During the year of 1982 The supreme court denied funding for education when it came to children that were undocumented. During this time the government would charge the schools a fee of $1000 dollars for each undocumented child that they had. These children would not be able to get an education majority of the times. These children would suffer just because they were not citizens of the United States.