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Education Development of education Acculturation – teaching cultural necessities in society Necessary skills were hunting and cooking Education through a surplus system Dark ages – education was limited to nobility and monks; consisted of learning the bible Industrialization - people had to learn how to use the machines efficiently Post American Revolution - government wanted to create a national culture to unite the nation 1800s- Separation of wealthy and poor with educated and non-educated Horace Mann believed schools should be paid for with taxes to let every child learn 1918 – mandatory education was instituted until the age of 16 or 8 th grade Education becomes essential as time progresses; educated people were more viable for employment Currently 65% of graduates go to pursue college 1 in 6 students fail to graduate high school Education in the Global perspective Education is generally reflected of culture and economy Japan = group centered education; group competition vs individual competition
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This note was uploaded on 09/09/2011 for the course SYG 2000 taught by Professor Ford during the Fall '08 term at University of Central Florida.

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