A history of compulsory education laws (Fastback ; 75) ePub download
by Michael S Katz
- ISBN: 0873670752
- ISBN13: 978-0873670753
- ePub: 1524 kb | FB2: 1799 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Schools & Teaching
- Publisher: Phi Delta Kappa Educational Foundation (January 1, 1976)
- Pages: 37
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The first compulsory education law in this country was enacted in 1642 in the Massachusetts Bay Colony. Of course, not all elements of American society have supported compulsory public school attendance. The Puritan notion of education as a moral, social obligation was thus given the sanction of law, a pattern later followed by nineteenth century crusaders for free public education. By 1918, all states had passed school attendance legislation, although until the 1930s, many were unsuccessful in enforcing their compulsory schooling laws. Court cases dealing with Consitutional issues have arisen from the opposition of some groups to mandatory schooling.
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What Katz's scholarship, and later his mentorship, taught me was that one could be a historian with an eye toward .
What Katz's scholarship, and later his mentorship, taught me was that one could be a historian with an eye toward justice, that one need not compartmentalize scholarly, political, and ethical commitments. One of the most important issues in the history of American education, Katz argued, was how education has been used in America as a way out of public dilemmas-as a painless substitution for the redistribution of wealth-and how and why that gambit always fails (Katz 2001a: xxix).
Compulsory education means that students are required by law to attend school or a. .A history of compulsory education laws. In Fastback series bicentennial series (75 e. pp. 1-39).
Compulsory education means that students are required by law to attend school or a government approved option like homeschool. compulsory education is required in all 50 states. Because public education is under the jurisdiction of the states, there is no national standard. Katz,1976 ). 1642 Massachusetts Bay Colony enacts first Compulsory education law in Colonial America based on the Puritan obligation to educate all children. Katz, 1976) 1827 Massachusetts passes a law making all grades of public school open to all pupils free of charge A history of compulsory education laws.
A History of Compulsory Education Laws. Fastback Series, No. 75. by Michael Katz. The quote from the end is from Carl F. Kaestle in the book School: The Story of American Public Education
A History of Compulsory Education Laws. School: The Story of American Public Education (PBS Series // Companion Book). Kaestle in the book School: The Story of American Public Education: In our society, that we provide common public schooling is inherently a compromise – We must therefore strive continually to find a creative balance between local and central direction, between diversity and standards, between liberty and equality.
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The history of compulsory education in New England (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). The one best system: A history of American urban education. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. Meadville, PA: Flood & Vincent.
The Massachusetts School Laws were three legislative acts of 1642, 1647 and 1648 enacted in the Massachusetts Bay Colony
The Massachusetts School Laws were three legislative acts of 1642, 1647 and 1648 enacted in the Massachusetts Bay Colony. The most famous by far is the law of 1647, also known as the Old Deluder Satan Law (after the law's first sentence) and The General School Law of 1642. These laws are commonly regarded as the historical first step toward compulsory government-directed public education in the United States of America.