sidney education

education is what we need to proceed in life

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join our education program at sidney Lanier high school every sunday at 12:00pm

this education program was invented to help the society by giving information on how education is the most important thing and a brief history of education in the 1840s we have games books teachers food which is free. i will like to motivate yall to come an also if your interest in getting to the program call at 5129025434 also, we accept donations which alot of people do that really helps us to help yall educate yourselfs so come and look at our program



In the 1840's, the growth of state funded public education was blossoming in states from Connecticut to Illinois. However, the Southern states did not have a tradition of public education to build on, as the North did, and in fact, it was well after the Civil War before the South legislated for state supported schools. This occurred for several different reasons.
First and foremost, Southerners believed that education was a private matter and not a concern for the state. They were quick to point out that in all traditional societies the most important training a child receives is in the home where he/she is inducted into the values of the society he/she is about to enter. If the family fails in this endeavor, then how can the schools be more successful? They felt a priority should be placed upon creating a college-bred elite, if their traditions and way of life were to be successfully transferred to successive generations. This system helped to perpetuate the sharply defined social-class structure which existed in the South. There were planters (plantation owners) and there were slaves; no middle-class existed in the South to bridge the gap between upper and lower classes, and as such, there was no demand for services beyond that provided for those who could afford to pay. Another reason that public education did not flourish in the South was that the population was more dispersed than it was in the North, making it difficult to find enough children in one area to justify a school. Also, the Anglican religion of the South did not put quite as much emphasis on religious indoctrination through schooling as did Puritan New England. The final reason was the South's feeling about slavery.
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woman education in 1840s

Limited opportunities for schooling were available to girls and young women. Even though Protestant belief acknowledged the same route to salvation for men and women, and thus the same need for literacy, female education in the early nineteenth century ranged from inferior to nonexistent. As the push for school reform increased during the 1830s and 1840s, however, popular attitudes began to shift concerning the education of girls. Although women’s intelligence was considered different and perhaps inferior to men’s, females were believed capable and deserving of common school education in order to become upstanding moral citizens and more important because as future wives and mothers they needed to pass such solid moral training on to their families. Benjamin Rush, DeWitt Clinton, Emma Hart Willard, and others took up the argument that female education was necessary for this crucial domestic role. Although inequality of opportunity remained a problem, the increasing acceptance and provision of education for girls resulted in a dramatic rise of female enrollments in schools of all levels. As more and more girls passed through the educational system, a sign of their advancement could be found in the increasing percentage of literate women, which doubled between 1780 and 1840.

achievements in this program

In our program want we want o achieve is that children adults everyone can have the opportunity to have education to be someone better and we have achieved it with a lot of poor children, adults that didn't had the opportunity to study because of money etc we have achieved a way of people having the opportunity to study by making this program free without charges and helpful for people that live far away or people that dont have how to get to the program or just people with medical problems . Our reason of doing this program was to have a better society and help people because we want to make dreams come true and this program has helped us alot


in this program you can have the opportunity to learn what you want to be and get a certificate on anything you want to study for, those are the advantages from this program also how it helps you get a good career and chose the best college for you
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American Greatest Hits by Year, 1840-2013