Baker: How Public Schooling Became Compulsory (Many people have attended…
Baker: How Public Schooling Became Compulsory
Many people have attended such schools for large periods of time, providing seemingly experimental grounds for commenting on or appearing as experts in regard to them.
I feel like the author tries and makes it look like a bad thing that these kids were almost discriminated against because they were "slower" or "dumber" but I feel like theres a place for everyone to belong
I disagree with this because again of the obvious reasons. I feel like students shouldn't be compared to the "smarter" students at private schools. I think that the kids going to the public schools should just embrace it and make the most tout of it
I believe that its okay for this to happen because at the very least whether they get a good education or not they are still getting some type of education which means they at least have that chance to become someone special someday.
At the beginning of this paragraph is tells that these kids that went to public schools were more commonly non-wealthy and came from rough homes or homes that didn't look that nice. I think it makes sense that these poorer kids went to the public schools because they couldn't afford to go to a private school
This is just explaining how public schools became what they are today and how they have worked there way up to where they have become today.
As the 'new kid on the block. in the rewriting the history of education, the emergence of an ability/disability binary as a lens for alternative narrations has been both aided an stultified binary as a lens for alternative narrations has been both aided and stultified by previous revisionist efforts
I feel like these kids were uncomfortable at first but hen was bale to figure themselves out and get into a routine enough that became what they are today in public schools.
I think this completely makes sense to give every student or child at least some opportunity to get at least some type of education good or bad.
I agree that this was the best option because they had other ideas of sending these kids to a lot of other smaller schools or just not letting these kids go to school at all which would have been the worst option they could have come up with.
After further discussion they felt like this was the best option for their kids at the end of the day. They wanted the kids to have somewhere to go and they wanted the kids to to be able to have at least some type of education.
The contemporaneous linkage, exclusion, and purification, inscribed in law, educational policy and moralization movements, enabled the public in public schooling to take shape.
I believe that this is one of the first things a school has to do or any organization really in order to keep the fellow people in line.
This makes sense because of all of the obvious reasons. You have to have rules in a school to keep it from turning into a zoo and kids getting out of control.
These public schools wanted to make sure that they had a set of rules that everyone has to follow depending on whether you are the student or on the faculty and staff.
I feel like it more important for a school to actually make rules for the teachers as well as the students. Its important that everyone works together to give everyone the best experience
In the past few decades, histories of public education in the USA have been specifically rewritten in regard to such organized dissent, taking shape notably around different versions of identity politics
I feel like its weird that they kept everyone together that was not rich or smart enough to be accepted into the private schools. It just blows my mind that they would keep them in the same classroom and make them go to school together after all of that racial tension for so many years.
I definitely believe that this is the right option of coarse keeping these races apart would only add on to make things more difficult, this way things can be run much easier
This doesn't really make sense to me because with all of the segregation going on at the time I would think that they would keep the whites as a superior compared to the blacks, but instead they just put all of them into the public schools.
This just describes the different types of races and ethnicities went into these schools and hat it didn't matter of skin color or anything like that, if you didn't have as much money and were "slower" then you were sent to a public school