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EDFN 338, Chapter 1 Answers

by: Maggie Rosburg

EDFN 338, Chapter 1 Answers EDFN 338

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American Education Discussion question answers
Foundations of American Education
Dr. Dyanis Popova
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Maggie Rosburg on Friday September 2, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to EDFN 338 at University of South Dakota taught by Dr. Dyanis Popova in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 10 views. For similar materials see Foundations of American Education in Education at University of South Dakota.


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1. Reciting the Pledge of Allegiance Teaching of abstinence. Social morals and values through the teachings of school Increase or decrease economic inequalities in school. 2. Equality of opportunity refers to everyone having the same chance to purse wealth through equal schooling. 3. Teaching a common set of political beliefs. Learning to obey the law by obeying school rules. Providing an equal opportunity for all to be elected to political positions. Emphasizing voting as the key to political and social change. Learning about the workings of government. Educating patriotic citizens. Educating students to be involved in community activities. 4. Equality of opportunity. Americanization of immigrants. Expansion of high schools. Racial and Cultural harmony. Community Service. 5. Create the “equality of opportunity” for everyone.


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