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Educational Differences Between the 1930's and the 2000's
Transcript of Educational Differences Between the 1930's and the 2000's
High school rate would increase by 90 %
Every child would start school ready to learn
Every school would have more partnership, more involvement
Most of the school's had to be drug free, violence free.. (Etc.)
67% of all US fourth graders scored "below proficient"-they are not reading at grade level
Technology Education in the 2000's Children in town-more educational opportunities
Teachers' salary-$45-$90 per month
Expenditure per student-$80
Considered, "the best race on earth," by students
Failure at 75% in school
Buildings were new and clean
Supplies and books-if not new, almost new
No kindergarten or 12th Sites Education in the 1930's Many schools closed because of lack of money
Saved money by cutting back on "frills"
6-8 Month school years
1/4- One-room schoolhouses
State Constitution required segregated schools be, "separated but equal"
Buildings, books, supplies, treatment of teachers and students
Some counties had three schools
1933-Two hundred thousand unemployed teachers
2.2 million children were out of school http://ncpedia.org/public-schools-great-depression
http://www.studentsfirst.org/pages/the-stats Expenditure per student-$15
Few learned to read and write
Believed to have not been educated above rudimentary level
Were looked down upon by white students
Schools were old and dirty, as was supplies and books
Black teachers were treated poorly
Students treated poorly
Attended college half the rate of whites
Kindergarten-12th in schools were common
Began with religious instruction Education for the Whites