anonymous
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What is a problem in education?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
who was involved addressing this problem
anonymous
  • anonymous
when? you gotta be specific
anonymous
  • anonymous
all it says is Choose one of the reform movements from the lesson. Children in poverty Education Deaf and blind Mental illness Temperance create a blog post that teaches society about the reform movement you chose. The blog post should be at least one paragraph and should include the following: A catchy title What was the problem? Who was involved in addressing the problem? What was done to reform society? Does the problem still exist today? One example of something (law, organization, institution, etc.) that exists today because of the reform movement of the 1800s One image representing the reform movement and its goals

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anonymous
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us history
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well i just finished that class. and i can tell you a problem with education in the 1950's and 1960's. And that is that blacks were not provided with the same quality education as whites were. They werent allowed to go to as good of schools, and in general the government spend up to 10 times more money on white education then for blacks. and there were many people who helped fix this
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Thank you! All I really need is for someone to put me in the right direction! @MasonP
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np

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