1620-1776 Precess, Boundaries
Colonial America of 1620-1776 began the system for free public education for all New England colonies except Rhode Island. Has this system for free schools been maintained in part by “public funding?’ The Puritans believed the local governments should see to it that all children learned to read the Bible. Without being able to read the Bible, the children would not know how to denounce Satan. The Eight General Assembly, provided, for the people of each county, by a two-thirds vote to tax themselves three and one-third cents per dollar for school purposes.
With colonists grouped in towns and large settlements, it was easier to organize the schools. Early Massachusetts laws of 1642 and 1647 that every parent “be” responsible for having his or hers child learn to read. A law in America passed that every town of 50 families had to appoint a teacher and all children attend school to learn reading and writing.
In early America, the funding for schools mandated subjects taught were reading, writing, arithmetic, geography with English grammar except theology. Founded during the revolution era were eight colleges including Harvard; prior wealthy families sent their boys to Europe for higher education. First printed was the original New England Primer in Boston, during the 1680-1690 periods. It was the staple of American Education for over 150 years. The first children’s prayer “Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep” first appeared in this Primer.
A very sad fact about early education is lacking some completion. Many families had to move so their children could go to school. New schools were named, and called the districts, and gave birth to the one-room or the wild- cats.
…an absence of democratic will and consequent refusal to take our children, our schools, and our future seriously.”(Barber 6) Innumeracy cannot, and should not, be tolerated and proves one illiterate. With supporting facts of the statics of dropouts and arrest for juveniles on the up, leaves no empathy for the equalities of social identities. To be honest and willing takes risks and has consequences that has been proven and can be predicted! To have literacy is to empower one’s self. The complex system of institutional oppression and social injustice is self-inflicted.
As in the use of Graffiti, it shows literacy and critical thinking, but shows a collective responsibility for precession. Graffiti is a perfect example of decision-making and the use of political statements. “The unhappiness and discontent of young people is nothing new… (Bird 199) The pyramid shows how specialties should work, from the bottom up, and one stone at a time. Specialty is to comparison, did you walk before you crawled? The natural process to learn from someone whom is more experienced in the specialized area would be more beneficial.
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