Elementary Enrollment and Testing

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Elementary Enrollment and Testing
Lauren Hunt
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April 24 2014
Razzan Zahara

The History of Education
It is unclear when exactly public schools were started, there are claims that they may have started as early as 1045 BC. What we do know is that each generation has passed on knowledge since the beginning of time. Public education as we know it today, has not always been this way. There was a time when only men went to school and women stayed home and learned how to clean house, make dinner, run errands and take care of the kids; however girls from wealthier families went to finishing school, as wealthier families had maids to do the housework and cooking. Finishing school was most commonly known in England. After the English came over to the new world they quickly setup schools, however it was still under the rule of England so still only boys were allowed in schools. Those of different skin color were not allowed in schools either. It was not until nineteen fifty-four that racial segregation was vetoed. After that boys of different skin color were allowed in schools. According to the United States Department of Labor, Amendment IX of 1972
Prohibition against discrimination; exceptions. No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance. (para.1)
That is when education started reforming closer to what we know as public education today. Today children start school generally around age five when they enter kindergarten. Most kindergarten classes today are hard to manage due to some children not being ready, as well as other children who follow the examples of the children who are not ready for school. If students were given an entry test before school starts as opposed to…...

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