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AED 201.Checkpoint_HistoryofAmericanEducation.Week4.Day5

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History of American Education 1 Checkpoint: History of American Education History of American Education 2 Three major periods are The Colonial Period (1607-1775), The Early National Period (1775-1820), and The Common School Movement (1820-1865); the two major eras are The Progressive Era (1890-1920) and The Modern Era (1940s-present) (Axia College, 2005). Events within the five historical periods and eras. The Colonial Period 1607 – 1775 The Early National Period 1775 – 1820 The Common School Movement 1820 – 1865 The Progressive Era 1890 – 1920 The Modern Era 1940s – present
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1751 Establishment of American Academy 1799 Beginning of Special Education 1837 Horace Mann calls for Universal Free Education 1893 Committee of Ten attempts Curricula Standards 1954 Brown v. Board of Education, Topeka case makes Segregated Schools Illegal (Pearson Inc., 2010) The event that has shaped today’s classrooms is from 1954, The Modern Era, Oliver Brown v. Board of Education, Topeka. Before this case was brought before the Supreme Court, schools were segregated, white schools and black schools. These
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  • Spring '11
  • lisamariemillersellner
  • Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution, Brown v. Board of Education, American Education, History of American Education, Axia College

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