The Origins of the American High School

The Origins of the American High School

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This book tells the story of American high schools in the nineteenth century. William Reese analyzes the social changes and political debates that shaped these institutions - from 1821, when the first public high school was established, in Massachusetts, to the 1880s, by which time a majority of secondary students in the North were enrolled in high schools.One can trace the enrollments in the Cincinnati School Report (1854), n.p.; (1863 ), 24; and (1870), 141. ... See the essay by David L. Angus, citing Robert Baina#39;s research on Cleveland, aquot;Conflict, Class, and the Nineteenth-Century Public High School in the Cities of ... Most of the questions in these books promoted cramming for entrance tests to high schools, exit tests, and college entrance examinations.

Title:The Origins of the American High School
Author: William J. Reese
Publisher:Yale University Press - 1999

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