The Evolving Role of America's Public Schools - Coggle Diagram
The Evolving Role of America's Public Schools
I thought this was a good idea, because at this time a lot of families were just moving to America and were poor. At school was one of the only meals that kids got during the day. I think it was a good idea that they decided to make them nutritious for the students so they can get some proper nutrition throughout the day.
I think that adding nutritious lunches for kids in schools was a good idea.
Business Education: 1940s
I think this because I think they should have been focusing more on fundamental classes, and teaching reading and writing and basic math skills. I think this should have been added later.
I think adding business education was an okay idea.
Special Education: 1970s
I really liked that they added special education classes, or separated them from the regular classes because those kids are different and learn differently from other kids. They needed special attention, and I like that they separated and noticed that change that needed to be made.
Adding Special education in schools in the 1960s was a good idea in my opinion.
CPR Training: 1990s
I really like how they inserted CPR training into schools. I like it because it teaches students the basics, just in case of emergency, and students that would have to be in this situation.
I think inserting CPR training in schools was a good idea.
Organ Donor Education and Awareness Programs: 2000s
I like how they incorporated organ donor education into schools.
I like this because it gives students insight into what happens with organ donation. It also explains what to do, if they find themselves in a situation with organ donation and what they should do in that situation.
Early Childhood Education: 1980s
I like that schools added early childhood education and I think it was a good idea.
I like this because early childhood learners need to learn differently and learn through hands-on learning. They learn differently than older kids so they should be separated.
Physical Education: 1910-1930
I think this because kids need a place to let out energy, to be able to focus better in class. Especially in the winter months because it is harder to exercise in the cold, so a place to let out energy was a very good idea.
I think adding physical education to the school day was a good idea.
Driver Education: 1950s
I really liked that they added drivers education because it was good that kids learned how to drive cars, and how they operate. I think that's a good idea because they need to know how they work in case of emergency as well.
I think adding driver's education was a good idea.
Title 1 Reading: 1960s
Consumer education is the preparation of an individual to be capable of making informed decisions when it comes to buying products. I think it was a really good idea for schools to start teaching about this.
I really like that schools started teaching this because people should know about the things that they are buying and how to make correct decisions about what to buy and what they do for you.