Horace Mann

Changing lives

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Contributions and acknowledgements.

Horace Mann was born in Franklin, Massachusetts in 1796. He served for 10 years as a legislature and in 1837 he became the secretary of education. He also served in the US House of Representatives and as president of Antioch College in Ohio. Many schools are in fact named after the great, Horace Mann. He is reviving this award because, we felt that when talking about the Education Reform he was one of the greatest contributors.
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