History of education in the United States
The history of education in the United States, or foundations of education covers the trends in educational philosophy, policy, institutions, as well as formal and informal learning in America from th...
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Education in Colonial America
Education in the Thirteen Colonies during the 17th and 18th centuries varied considerably. Public school systems existed only in New England, which also had a strong private and collegiate system. Fro...
Higher education in the United States
Higher education in the United States is an optional final stage of formal learning following secondary education. Higher education, also referred to as post-secondary education, third stage, third le...
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Chautauqua
Chautauqua (/ʃəˈtɔːkwə/ shə-TAW-kwə) describes an adult education movement in the United States, highly popular in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Named after Chautauqua Lake where ...
Office of Education
The Office of Education, at times known as the Department of Education and the Bureau of Education, was a small unit in the Federal Government of the United States within the U.S. Department of the In...
Operation DIPSCAM
Operation Dipscam (Operation Diploma Scam) was a series of investigations carried out by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the General Accounting Office, the Committee on Education and the Workforc...
Commissioner of Education
Commissioner of Education is a title used in a number of different governmental education departments or ministries. It may refer to:
General Society of Mechanics and Tradesmen of the City of New York
The General Society of Mechanics and Tradesmen of the City of New York, was founded on November 17, 1785, by 22 men who gathered in Walter Heyer's public-house on Pine Street in Lower Manhattan. The ...
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John J. Tigert
John James Tigert, IV (February 11, 1882 – January 21, 1965) was an American university president, university professor and administrator, college sports coach and the U.S. Commissioner of Education. ...
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Sarah Pierce
Sarah Pierce (June 26, 1767 – January 19, 1852) was a teacher, educator and founder of one of the earliest schools for girls in the United States, the Litchfield Female Academy in Litchfield, Connecti...
American Dialect Society
The American Dialect Society (ADS), founded in 1889, is a learned society "dedicated to the study of the English language in North America, and of other languages, or dialects of other languages, infl...
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History of Education Society
The History of Education Society is a professional organization for American historians of education founded in 1960. Its journal is the History of Education Quarterly.
The History of Education So...
Cocking affair
The Cocking affair was an attempt in 1941 by Georgia governor Eugene Talmadge to exert direct control over the state's educational system, particularly through the firing of Professor Walter Cocking a...
List of American institutions of higher education
Below are links to lists of American institutions of higher education in the United States by State grouped by Census Region, as well as lists of institutions in United States Insular Areas and outsid...
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Spanish missions in Florida
Beginning in the second half of the 16th century, the Kingdom of Spain established a number of missions throughout la Florida in order to convert the Indians to Christianity, to facilitate control of ...
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Brown v. Board of Education
Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, 347 U.S. 483 (1954), was a landmark United States Supreme Court case in which the Court declared state laws establishing separate public schools for black an...
Anthony Deydier
Anthony Deydier, was a French priest, missionary and teacher.
Deydier was born in France on April 30, 1788. He left his native country on June 10, 1810 on the same boat as Simon Bruté, accompanyi...
William Torrey Harris
William Torrey Harris (September 10, 1835 – November 5, 1909) was an American educator, philosopher, and lexicographer.
Born in North Killingly, Connecticut, he attended Phillips Andover Academy, ...
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History of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
The history of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) spans nearly two hundred years beginning with its founding in 1824. RPI is the oldest continuously operating technological university in both the ...
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Monteagle Sunday School Assembly
The Monteagle Sunday School Assembly (MSSA) is an interdenominational religious organization based in Monteagle, Tennessee. It was chartered by the state of Tennessee on October 31, 1882, with the pur...
Education of freed people during the Civil War
The American Civil War led to enormous cultural changes throughout the United States. No group experienced a more radical shift than slaves who were freed as the Union Army swept through the South. Wh...
Harvard Project Physics
Harvard Project Physics was a national curriculum development project to create a secondary school physics education program in the United States. The project was active from 1962 to 1972, and produce...
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