Jonathan Heyward DVD notes.docx

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EDUC 305 DVD N OTES T EMPLATE Student: “The philosophy of the school room in one generation will be the philosophy of government of the next.” ~ Abraham Lincoln Early American Education Harvard Harvard was started by congregationalist for the training of minsters of The Gospel. Its original mottos were “For Christ and the Church” & “For the Glory of Christ”. Being a Christian school Harvard also instated the practice of reading scriptures twice a day. Harvard also produced many signers of the declaration and constitution. Yale Yale was started by Congregationalists to train ministers of the Gospel. It too produced signers of the constitution. Yale admonished “above all, have an eye to the great end of all your studies, which is to obtain the clearest conceptions of divine things and to lead you to a saying knowledge of God in His Son, Jesus Christ.” Furthermore, Yale required its students to live a religious and blames life according to God’s word. Princeton Princeton was founded by Presbyterians to train ministers for the gospel. Like the other Early American education schools, it produced signers of the constitution such as James Maddison and Benjamin Rush. The school taught that the government was a direct reflection of the people, if they became profane and immoral, then the government would become profane and immoral. Early Educational Laws Page 1 of 5
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EDUC 305 1642 Old Deluder Satan Act This was America’s first public school law. It required townships of certain sizes to hire a schoolmaster to teach local children. It was contained win the book called the “Code of Laws of 1650” If Child could not read, they would not know the Word of God. It being one chief project of the old deluder, Satan, to keep men from the knowledge of the scriptures as in former time.
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  • Fall '11
  • The Bible, bible, Public School, Education in the United States, Benjamin Rush

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