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    changes in the feminization of teaching over time, including all changes in the progressive era. 3. Define what the repercussions are today that teaching is feminized professions. Before the arising of schools and need for teachers, women didn’t a…

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    The focus on Progressive Education varies amongst the masses with some people depending on the unique needs of each individual student, while others see the importance of community leadership to be the most important; this style of learning, known as child-centered learning, is a process similar to a journey rather than a set goal. Its primary focus is hands-on learning, multiage classrooms, and mentoring apprentice relationships. Progressive educators are concerned with helping students not…

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    Over the last several years, education in the United States has become a highly politicized topic in which every person has an opinion. Each individual has an idea or new improvement that will help “fix our schools”. This has led the development of No Child Left Behind, the rise of high stakes testing, and idea of nationalized standards. This has also led to a lot of buzzwords being thrown around such as “rigor”, “college readiness” and “growth mindset”. As a nation, we are losing sight of the…

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    Progressive Education Final Common Assignment Progressive education has maintained an important and extensive influence on American schooling. Planting its roots in the late 19th century, “the progressive education movement was an integral part of the early twentieth-century reform impulse directed toward the reconstruction of American democracy through social, as well as cultural, uplift.” (Gavin Loss, Catherine; Loss, Christopher P. 2002) Led by the ideas of forerunners John Locke and…

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    The world of education as we know it is a place built on a foundation that is surrounded by enigmas and empty promises. It is for this reason that America has yet to find an effective solution that works for schools nationwide that is “progressive” as well as “consistent” in the field of education. The articles and the book that we have read so far in class have left me a bittersweet taste in my mouth. I think about how far we have come and how many steps we continue taking backwards. The issues…

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    During the 19th century Progressive Era, the educational system began to change in form. It was no longer a time where education focused on heritage and a strict curriculum, but rather in the individuality, progress, and change of one’s education. Progressivist believed that a student’s curriculum should be based on the needs, experiences, interest, and the abilities of each student. It also implemented that by doing just that, people would be able to learn best from what they considered most…

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    Education Today Are Americans smarter or dumber after college? In reading “Entitlement Education” (Bruno) the author states that with the “Generation X Goes to College”(Sacks). We are just sliding by on education. That not all college student are on the same level of learning and that many slide by, while the smart ones are being held back. So what is education today, and are some Americans being cheated out of a good education? Are American waisting their time by get an education that is worth…

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    The progressive movement in the United States was one of the most successful political movements in the country’s history, starting reform movements throughout the nation. Beginning in the 19th century, the Progressive movement looked to make changes to some of the issues within the country, such as monopolies and the issues within the urban movement, like poverty and drunkenness. The progressive movement was typically made up of intellectuals, muckrakers, and middle class women. The movement…

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    Progressive ideas that were seen in early to mid-20th century, but they were not new to that time. The problems that the people fought against had been continuing from the late 19th century. These problems can still be seen in today’s society as well showing that they were not completely taken care of during this time frame. Progressives goal was to progress towards freedom and justice. They were to find solutions to inequality and to injustice. Progressivist’s came at doing things to solve…

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    Progressive Reformers

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    turn on the century for an increased emphasis on childhood education, women’s rights in society, and regulation of food and drugs. There was also an increase demand for the American people to be further involved in governmental affairs as well as the diminishment of monopolies and protection from financial exploitation. From 1900 to 1920, the Progressive reformers partially struggled to address the social concerns of the American People due to the birth-control movement not being a success, but…

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