The 1920's Education

The Great Depression

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The role of teachers

The role of teachers were to educate the children. They got paid very minimum and sometimes nothing because of the economic decline.

Pictures of classrooms and transportation in the 1920s

The main points of education

The main points was that there were little to no education among student in rural areas. Most schools shut down because the government couldn't afford it. Most kids dropped out to help work and make money for their family

School curriculums in the big city (

By 1920 most city high schools in the country were offering four highschool tracks: college preparatory, commercial (which prepared students, mostly young women, for office
work), vocational (industrial arts and home economics), and general (which offered a high-school diploma without any specific preparation for future educational or vocational endeavors)