EDCI September 1

EDCI September 1 - EDCISeptember1,2009 58 16:02:00 grades712 ColonialEducation:TheFirstSchools Educationstarte

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EDCI September 1, 2009 01/09/2009 16:02:00 Middle School-any school that includes students in some combination of grades  5-8 Secondary School-any school that houses students in some combination of  grades 7-12 Colonial Education: The First Schools Religion played a key role Education started in the home Dame schools-women taught reading, writing, and basic math skills in their  homes for a fee Apprenticeships—after 1-3 years of study, boy completed an apprenticeship  to master a trade Girls focused on homemaking skills after 1 or 2 years of reading and writing  basics Teachers were hired once a town reached 50 households and secondary  school were established when the town doubled in size The Advent of Sec. Edu: Latin Grammar Schools-Boston Latin Grammar School founded in 1635-boys  7-14 received an education that focused on the classics-mastered Latin and  were expected to attend to attend college to pursue a career in politics or the  ministry Academies-Franklin Academy established in Philadelphia in 1751
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This note was uploaded on 11/23/2009 for the course EDCI 3001 taught by Professor Pitre,a during the Spring '08 term at LSU.

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EDCI September 1 - EDCISeptember1,2009 58 16:02:00 grades712 ColonialEducation:TheFirstSchools Educationstarte

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