Week 7 Assignment

Timeline created by Mackenzie.Stevenson3
In History
  • "Ye Olde Deluder Satan" law

    "Ye Olde Deluder Satan" law
    This event is important because it was the first time a set teacher or school were required to be responsible for a child's education. It was also an important time as towns were responsible for funding of teachers and buildings. This event "made the cut" because it held education as a important priority.
  • Pennsylvania's Quaker Settlers

    Pennsylvania's Quaker Settlers
    This event was important in time because it offered education to children of all sex, religion, color, and culture. It also took pride in teaching the same required classes that we have today and that each and every child was worthy of that. This event "made the cut" because it valued every student and valued core curriculum.
  • Public Schools in Northern States

    Public Schools in Northern States
    This event is crucially important because it was the first time that every northern state had tax-supported, non sectarian public schools. School was available to all students. This event "makes the cut" because it was an event that made head turns and helped to make the realization that public schools would grow democracy and improve public well-being.
  • Brown v Board of Education

    Brown v Board of Education
    This event is extremely important because it ruled out the idea of "separate but equal." It was a turning point that allowed education to every student. The decision was unanimous, meaning that the importance of each and every person was beginning to be valued. This event "made the cut" because it was a turning point for both education and society.
  • No Child Left Behind Act

    No Child Left Behind Act
    The No Child Left Behind Act is a important event in this timeline due to the core values behind it. The idea that every child should be offered and given the same education was a turning point. This event "made the cut" because it showed the nations want for every child, regardless of income, minority, or disabilities, to have an equal and valued education.