EIEC 2210, Week 3
EIEC 2210, Week 3 EIEC 2210
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Date Created: 09/06/16
9/6/16 Major Milestones in History 1954 Brown v. Board of Education: no more segregation within schools 1964 Civil Rights Act: no more discrimination 1965 Voting Rights Act 1966 Coleman Report: federally funded study that looked at what resources would be more helpful for underprivileged students, they found that socioeconomic help is the most needed 1974 Bilingual Education Act 1975 Education of all Handicapped Children Equality Every student receiving the same exact tools to reach a goal Equity Every student receiving the exact tools that they need to reach the same goal Milestones if Civil Rights ● Civil Rights Act 1896 ○ Determined that the Civil Rights Act was unconstitutional ○ “Separate but Equal” ● Brown v. Board of Education 1954 ○ Supreme Court ended segregation within the schools ● Civil Rights Act 1964 ○ Officially ended segregation in all aspects of society Legacies of the Civil Rights Movements ● War on Poverty ● Civil RIghts Movement ● Project Head Start 1965 ● Early Head Start 1990 ○ www.acf.hhs.gov/ohs ○ Financially supported families ○ Development, health, nutrition, and familial support UNMD Standards ● Eradication of extreme poverty/hunger ● Universal primary education ● Gender equity and empowerment ● Reduction in child mortality rates ● Imporvment in maternal health ● Reducation in the spread of diseases UNICEF’s List of Priorities ● Put the child first ● No child left behind ● Protect them from war and harm ● Combat HIV/AIDS ● Listen to the child ● Protect the Earth for the child
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