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In History
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    Colonial Period

    Only white males were allowed education
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    Private Education

    During the colonial times, education was only available to middle and upper class.
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    Religious Training

    During colonial times, education was solely based on education
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    Ideas of Education

    During colonial times, education was focused on literacy and classical learning
  • Chalkboard invented and implemented in classrooms

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    Secular Education

    Education became more secular throughout the 18th century through the 20th century
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    Local Control

    The creation of the school district system. Delegated powers were given to local school boards. Education was not a priority.
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    Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries

    Children from groups previously omitted from educational opportunity were allowed elementary and secondary education
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    Comprehensive Education

    Beginning in the 19th and 20th centuries, businesses wanted their employees to be educated for work
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    19th Century Goals of Education

    In the 19th century, the goal of education was to build schools in places where children lived and enrolled as many children as possible
  • Boston English High School

    The first public school in the U.S. opens
  • Overhead projector invented and implemented in classrooms

  • The University of Iowa admits men and women

    This is the first University in the U.S. to admit both men and women on an equal basis
  • Department of Education Created

    It was created to help states establish effective school systems
  • Motion picture invented and implemented in classrooms

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    Aims of 19th Century Schools

    Practical skills were the aims of the 19th century's education
  • SAT test was first administered

  • The Great Depression

    Funding for schools dramatically decreased resulting in closing schools, cut salaries, and many teacher layoffs
  • Educational televisions invented and implemented in classrooms

  • Clinton 12

    12 African American students integrate Clinton High School
  • ACT test is administered

  • Filmstrip projector invented and implemented in classrooms

  • Project Head Start

    a preschool education program for children from low-income families begins
  • Importance of Education

    Education became more important and the government became more involved in educational matters.
  • The E-book was invented

  • A Nation at Risk Report

    All high school students were required to be able to understand and use computers
  • One-room classrooms upgraded to graded classrooms

  • Early 20th Century

    Public education was widespread and compulsory
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    20th Century Educational Goals

    -Equality of educational opportunity
    More curriculum, vocational training, removing legal, racial, and economic barriers and discrimination
  • Teens who used social media was 55%

  • Tablet Sales Skyrocketed

    Tablet sales to the K–12 market exploded 340% between 2011 and 2012
  • Teens who used social media was 81%

  • Racial Disparities

    There are still racial disparities when it comes to access and use of technology
  • 85% of adults reported using the Internet

  • 7% of adults do not have access to internet

    The 7 percent of adults not accessing the Internet report a physical disability or lack of Internet access as the reason they are not online.
  • 98% percent of homes have access to broadband connections

  • Today

    Private education makes up only a small percentage of overall education in the U.S.
  • Education Today

    Today, education is available to those who seek it
  • COVID-19 Pandemic

    A global pandemic was set in place which resulted in school shut downs and the use of virtual learning
  • Virtual Schools

    Virtual schools are becoming more popular and could be the main source of education in the future