Unit 3 Study Guide edl 200

Unit 3 Study Guide edl 200 - Name_Cassandra Welsh_ EDL 200...

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Name______Cassandra Welsh_________ EDL 200 Study Guide 3 Schooling in the Developing World 1. Describe the major general characteristics of schooling during the colonial period. Schooling considered helpful for the main interests in raw materials, cheap labor, and acquiescent subjects but was a comparatively low priority. Little technical or agricultural schooling was provided, and schooling was infused with the content and ethos of the colonial powers. Racially segregated and unbalanced At the higher levels, schools enrolled the children of virtually all of the rulers but less than 1 percent of the ruled. 2. What are the continuing problems in many of the former colonies? Poverty o Some developing countries, school textbooks must be shared by as many as 20 students o Material conditions of schooling in developing countries are worse than in the industrial world o The student to teacher ratio can be as high as 75:1 o Schools may be open-air schools or shabbily constructed buildings that
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2008 for the course EDL 200 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '07 term at University of Arizona- Tucson.

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