Saturday, June 10, 2017

Global Strong Cities Cold War: Series 7: “Back to the Beginning”, Bite #10, Importance of Financing Public Schools




Global Strong Cities Cold War,
Series #7 
“Back to the Beginning” American Public School Textbooks : 

“Leading Facts” by David H. Montgomery 1899 and Everyday Civics by Charles Edward Finch 1921: Our Land: Our People 1937 Webster;s School Text:

Highlights submitted by Pearl L. Sturgis:

“Back to the Beginning” American Public School Textbooks :


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Daily Bites of Global Strong Citizens Cold War: Series 7“ “Back to the Beginning” American Public School Textbooks :
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Global Strong Cities Cold War: Series 7 “Back to the Beginning” 
Bite #10, Importance of Financing Public Schools:

Our Land: Our People: Webster 1939:

The New England people taxed themselves to support these schools but the salaries of the teachers were so low and there was so little equipment. the school terms were so brief that the total cost of each school was low. In the South there were no tax supported schools in early times. Few children or parents had a chance to get an education. The well to do planters and merchants sometimes paid for the support of small field schools built in an abandoned field. Generally the planters hired tutors for their own children. 

Some of the boys were sent back to England to complete their education. The country was slowly becoming a democracy in the early 1800’s. The new movement touched our schools also. After the New Republic of the United states of America, the schools as a rule, stayed the same as in colonial days. New subjects were added, such as geography and history, but the schools were still largely controlled by the churches and were often supported only by those who were interested. 

At best this support was meager and irregular. As America developed its democracy the people realized that better schools were necessary to make it successful. Men began to see that there were three possible courses open to those interested in schools: 
1) To allow the churches to struggle on with the problem:

2) To go without schools for the children of the common people:

3) To support schools by taxation: 

Then to lead the people to accept the taxation needed men to work for winning over supporters of School tax. 

 (to be continued) ....



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(To be continued )
Global Strong Cities Cold War series 7
 “Back to the Beginning” American Public School Textbooks :

Daily Bites of Global Strong Cities Cold War: Series 7: “Back to the Beginning” American Public School Textbooks Highlights submitted by Pearl L. Sturgis:













Bite #12) The First Free High Schools: 

Bite #13) One Room School Houses: 

Bite #14) The Merrill Act: 

Bite #15 Growth of our Modern School System: 

Bite #16 Adult Education:

Bite #17 Social Legislation (for stay at home moms) 

Bite #18 Patriotism: 

Bite #19 What we owe the World: 

Bite #20 Twentieth Century Problems: 

Bite #21 The Lunacy Test:

Bite #22 The Railroad Labor Controversy: 

Bite #23 Social Workers

Bite #24 The National Education Association: 

Bite #25 The New National Education Reorganization of 1957: 

Bite #26 The New Global Order: 

Bite #27 The Order and the Plan: 

Bite #28 Smoke Screen Groups:

Bite #29 Our Hero Mole:

Bite #30 The Debit Card:



To be Continued in the Next Daily Bites of  Global Strong Cities Cold War,series #7  
“Back to the Beginning” American Public School Textbooks 

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