Change in inevitable

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“Change in inevitable, growth is intentional.” Throughout history there have been significant revolutions in Education that have shaped the way we educate the children in America. Reformation has been a constant solution to an ever changing society that chooses how to shape and educate the minds of the next generation. Four significant changes in the history of education have contributed and impacted the evolution of American Education. John Dewey was widely considered the most important philosophers of education of the 20th century and the founder of the progressive education movement. Dewey felt that that the mindless repeat and memorize teaching style was a disservice to students and proposed that with the increasing dependency on technology, educators would demand creative thinkers able to solve problems and be inventive (Barmark, 2009). Dewey challenged the social norms of his time by allowing students to think laterally, reveal connections and form original insights. In 1916 Dewey introduces democracy in
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