A Public schools in the have always been open to all groups B Until the late

A public schools in the have always been open to all

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A. Public schools in the have always been open to all groups. B. Until the late 1800s, most children did not attend school. C. Early school expansion was, in part, a way to socialize new immigrants. D. High school attendance became more common in the first half of the 1900s. Croteau - Chapter 13 #6 Level: Difficult Topic: Education and Society Type: Knowledge 7. (p. 349) How do schools act as an occupational sorter? A. Through different programs, schools prepare people for various occupational roles. B. Schools use a quota system to determine which students take a particular occupational route. C. Schools use the same curriculum to prepare everyone for college-required jobs. D. None of the answers is correct; occupational sorting is not part of schools' functions. Croteau - Chapter 13 #7 Level: Moderate Topic: Education and Society Type: Analysis 8. (p. 349) Which aspect of schooling would a functionalist study? A. how the educational system fits into the larger society B. how classmates interact with one another during gym C. how property taxes pay for instruction and books D. how schools perpetuate inequalities within society Croteau - Chapter 13 #8
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