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1930s Education

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Breanna Mann

on 12 October 2012

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Megan Matlock
Emily Schafstall
Breanna Mann Education in the 1930's All students were placed in one or two room school houses with no separation between grades. Subjects:
Sewing Most kids dropped out to help with planting and harvest. Black Schools White Schools (cc) photo by medhead on Flickr African Americans had to build their own schools. Half of all African Americans in school were in the first two grades. Even the teachers were paid less. African Americans schools only prepared them for low wage jobs. Most white schools were state funded. Teachers were paid more. Everyone was allowed to go on to higher education if they could afford it. Students attended 6 months of school a year There was no kindergarten or 12th grade. Most students dropped out before high school in order to work. Stock Market Crashed Parents didn't have extra money Funding was cut to the schools Parents lost their jobs Students couldn't buy their books. There were no buses Some schools had to close Students have to drop out of school to work
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