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Educational Reform 19th century public schools Public schools in the 19th century had very few religious techings. They were based on what students were expected to know and whether if students were qualified for it. Public schools in the 19th century had very few religious teachings. They were based on what students were expected to know and if they were qualified for it. Public schools today Today in public schools, every child goes to school to require academic skills. Stated in the "No Child Left Behind Act" the government pays for public schools. 19th century non-public schools The non-public schools were based on whether you had the income to pay tuition and whether you were qualified it. 21st century non-public schools Todays non-public schools are still based on whether you have the income to pay tuition, but it is not based if you are qualified or not. 19th century use of taxpayer money for education The Blaine Amendments forbid tax money to be used to fund Catholic schools. The money was mainly used for public schools and school supplies, such as books. Use of taxpayer money for education today Today, taxpayer money is used to help fund public schools by the government. It also provides busing for certain schools. Meeting needs of students with disabilities in the 19th century. Students with disabilities did not go to school or, to be taught, they were charged high prices for private tutors. Meeting needs of students with disabilities today Students with mental and phsical disabilities today are given individualized programs of instruction according to their needs. There are even handicap parking spaces to help those physically disabled.
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