an author and researcher on teacher education- defined the 4 moral purposes of schools
what is the only specifically institution specifically assigned to prepare students to live responsibly in a democratic republic?
What are the following 4 statements called?
to prepare students to live in a democracy
to provide students with eessential knowledge and skills
to develop effective relations with students
to practice good stewardship
john goodalls' four moral imperatives
the school's purpose is to contribute to students' growth in five areas. What are the areas?
What is "educating everyone benefits the community"
investment in human capital
according to the text, is education fulfilling many of its purposes and promises?
"a person's economic or social status does not depend on his or her parents, but rather on the individual's own efforts"
3 factos that interacted in the colonial adn early national period to determine the type of education a colony provided its children
local views about government involvement in society
in the early colonial days, which was the only group of colonies that provided free public schools for all residents' children
new england colonies
what was the firs principle, established in the colonial period that became the basis for all present day taxation to support schools
common taxation of all property for the town's and colony's benefit
name 2 principles established during the colonial period that still impact schools
compulsory education of all children 1642
compulsory town maintenance of schools in 1647
in the colonial period, what group/nationality was the largest and most influential in colonial devopment
name 3 authors whose ideas and works greatly impacted Renaissance influences on the american colonists
Erasmus, elyot, locke
Erasmus' view on who should be educated and why?
educate the hierarchy for a new king
elyot's view on who should be educated and why
educate the most elite people
Locke's view on who should be educated and why
educate all for useful purposes for the business of living
name the conflict that happened during the renaissance that contributed to educational influences in the colonies
what was the name of the 1647 first-school-finance law
ye olde deluder satan law
four types of schools in new england colonies
latin grammar school
in what types of school were most children in the middle colonies educated
parochial and private schools
in the southern colonies what strata of children received the best education
what 2 developments in the 19th century spurred the movement for tax- supported, non sectarian, public schools
3 types of schools that were created in the Early National Era
Infant/Primary school for 4 to 7 year olds
public high schools
two people who helped to make the pulic school movement one of the most successful of all pre-civil war reforms