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1962- THE PRESENT : FROM CIVIL RIGHTS TO THE EDUCATION OF TO

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1962- THE PRESENT : FROM CIVIL RIGHTS TO THE EDUCATION OF TODAY
Education as equalizer
The Civil rights act of 1964 protest the constitutional rights of individuals in public facilities & public education. The education amendments of the civil rights act are now called the equal opportunity
The economic opportunity act
The EOA act implemented several social programs to promote the health, education and general welfare of people with low socioeconomic status. The program was designed to put them to work. The programs include head start, early head start and the job corps. Head start is one of the longest running programs to address systemic poverty in the united states. It was updated as the head start act of 1981 and its programs include; EHS, family & community partnerships, Migrant & seasonal head start and American indian-aska native head start.
What does a TITLE 1 help?
The civil rights act of 1964
Altered the course of education
Allowed everybody to be entitled to education
improved the environment of education
National Commission on Excellence in Education and Developmentally appropriate practice.
DAP: Developmentally Appropriate Practices
DAP consists of four essentials
1. Requires meeting children where they are.
2. Appropriate to age and development
3.Challanges and promotes children's growth
4.Based on knowledge
The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act
(NCLB)
No Child Left Behind
-Act of 2001: EMPHASIZES accountability with TEST SCORES.
-ALL states, ALL students, 1 set of standards.
-School's funding based on TEST SCORES.
-No AYP(adequate yearly progress)? Funding decreased.
-Problems w/ NCLB:
1. rely on too much on test scores
2. no AUTHENTIC testing
3. out-dated, not modern
Environmentalism
Education of All
Handicapped Children
(EAHC)
-1975: act passed
-protects disabled children
-States lose funding if they don't implement policies
1990 the (EAHC) was renamed (IDEA)
(IDEA) was Reauthorized in 1997 and 2004
(IDEA) provides 1. UD: Universal Design
2. RTI: Response to Instruction
3. DI: Differentiated Instruction
IDEA was the foundation of the integration and blending of ECE and ECS
The Civil rights movement
"Legislation that prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion. sex, or national origin; includes a provision that protects the constitutional rights of individuals in public facilities, including public education" (Page 114)
Elementary Secondary Education Act
-The ESEA was passed in 1965
- It was designed to for more fully fund primary and secondary education
- TITLE 1 : It helps provided financial help to educate children from low-income families.
- It is based on the child eligibility for free or reduce-price lunch
-It help kids state standards in core academic subjects like
-Reading
-Math
- Science
-ect...
-It also help fund extra support in subjects like reading and math, after-school and summer school programs to extend and support the school curriculum.
Going Green
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Conserves resources
Saves energy
infuses curriculum with environmental education and awareness
Builds school gardens
Offers healthier lunches
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