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1. Universal literacy.
= ∞
 2. Local control.
= φ
 3. Public education. = ¶4. Comprehensive education. = ©5. Secular education. = ±6. Essential or basic subjects.
= π
 
The symbols on near each event and person represent which theme(s) they contributed to orrepresented in history.
 
Schools started to focus on more than just the Bible, but basic skills such asreading, spelling and aritmetic. Men andwomen could teach, and both boys andgirls were given an education in Dameschools.With the new push for education manyfound it essential for there to bemandated schools, and thus the OldDeluder Satan Act and Massachusetts Actof 1642 were created to mandate townsto have public schools.The search for religious freedom led tomany people learning how to read thereligious scripts, and then to the creationof schools.In the 17th century many came toAmerica searching for religious freedom.
Religious freedomEducationOld DeLuderSatan Act (1647)Reading, spellingand the BibleMassachusettsAct of 1642Educationbecomes a civilresponsibility of the stateLiteracyGrammar
Literacy created theability to teach kids theability to understand andread Latin.
Grammar schoolswere created toprovide a precollegeeducation.
The first time controlof education ismentioned formally.
 
BenFranklin
Developedpracticalcurriculumwhere studentslearned skillsapplicable todifferenttrades.Proposed amovementaway fromseculareducation.
ThomasLocke
Tabula RasaBelievedchildren wereblank slatesand needed tobe taught, andformed intogood citizens.
EliasNeau
ProvidedEducation forAfricanAmericans andNativeAmericansHis schoolsweresponsored bythe Church of England
TheQuakers
Philanthropicschools of thoughtOpened manyschools forAfricanAmericans andNativeAmericans inthe North.Led to the firstSupreme Courtcase of segregation
Puritans
Created the firstpublic schoolsWas one of the firstgroups tomandateattendance atschoolsForced manyparents andguardians to paythe teachers of the local school
Important People of the Colonial Period

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